JOSE MOURINHO’S Tottenham pumped up the volume after giving their new boss a debut win.
Mourinho was delighted to hear music booming round the dressing room to celebrate the club’s first away win in the Premier League since January.
The Tottenham head coach said: “It was very, very important — 11 months without music in the away dressing room. Without a smile. Without happiness. And they did it.
“I felt they were a bit like they don’t know if I like the music in the dressing room.
“The music at the training ground was low. Maybe this guy doesn’t allow or doesn’t like.
“But the dressing room in the week is their home. They can do what they want.
“When you go away, the music after the game I like. A victory is something that you have to value. It’s hard to win matches.
“The music was loud. I don’t care what music it is. I just like the feeling the boys are happy.”
Spurs stunned West Ham, racing into a 3-0 lead with goals from Son Heung-min, Lucas Moura and Harry Kane.
But Mourinho hailed Dele Alli for his all-round performance.
He said: “I think he was the old Dele. The Dele of a couple of years ago, who impressed not just England but the world.”
Dele’s superb flick into Son’s path helped create Moura’s goal.
Jose said: “It was in front of me. The skill was amazing but more was the mental side — you only do that if you’re focused, committed, ultra confident.”
Spurs had a late wobble, with Michail Antonio and Angelo Ogbonna scoring for the Hammers.
Mourinho said: “The feeling is we were closer to 4-0 than West Ham were to 3-1. But this is the Premier League.
“Their first goal changed things a little bit. I think my players paid the price of a very difficult week.
“They arrived from internationals, changed the manager, a new guy arrives, new training sessions and new ideas, the emotional things that surround that.
“I don’t think it’s ever easy to work with a coaching staff one day and, the next, other people are there. It’s difficult to process.
“Probably also a little bit scared of that mental barrier of the bad results away.
“So the last 20-25 minutes were not easy.”
On the future of late sub Christian Eriksen, he said: “I need to understand what’s in Christian’s mind or heart and we have to make the right call for the club.”
Jose also admits he DID lose his mojo before Manchester United axed him last December.
He said: “I admit, yes, I lost my passion. When you’re not happy, people feel it.”