Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino said his side's "amazing" performance in Saturday's victory over Crystal Palace is the "first step" towards rediscovering the consistency of last season.
All four Spurs goals came before the interval, with Son Heung-min the shining light in a scintillating attacking display.
The victory - Tottenham's first since the opening weekend of the season - lifts them back into the top four of the Premier League.
Pochettino said last month that this was the most unsettled squad he has had at the club, following a summer in which the likes of Christian Eriksen, Jan Vertonghen and Toby Alderweireld were all heavily linked with moves abroad.
The 4-0 win was Spurs' first game since the European transfer window closed on 2 September.Copyright: Getty Images
One of the Bury players left without a club following their expulsion from the Football League is on the verge of signing for West Brom.
Eighteen-year-old defender Saul Shotton played for the Baggies in a reserve game last week and is set to sign a two-year deal.
Shotton joined Bury from Stoke in 2017 and made four appearances for the club last season.
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Norwich boss Daniel Farke says it is a "special" day after his side's magnificent all-round display inflicts Manchester City's first Premier League defeat since January.
BBC Sport chief football writer
It is a game Norwich City fans will be talking about for years.
Their unlikely victory over defending champions Manchester City was a major Premier League shock and the manner of the victory surprised even those supporters now accustomed to the bold approach of manager Daniel Farke.
It was a wild 90 minutes at a rocking Carrow Road as every quality the charismatic German Farke has injected into his team was on display.
Noise levels had been high throughout an emotion-charged game but the din and the sheer elation on the faces and in the body language of every home fan told this dramatic story.
As for Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola, this was an ominous display of hapless defending that has instantly brought the loss of Aymeric Laporte for six months to a serious knee injury and Vincent Kompany's departure into sharp focus.Copyright: Getty Images
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- Norwich registered only their second win in their last 15 Premier League meetings with the reigning champions (W2 D1 L12) - their other win was also against Man City in May 2013.
- Manchester City suffered a Premier League defeat against a newly-promoted opponent for the first time since March 2015 against Burnley - they had been unbeaten in 25 such matches before today, including all 18 under Pep Guardiola.
- Norwich's Teemu Pukki has been involved in eight goals (six goals, two assists) in his first five Premier League appearances - only Sergio Aguero has been involved in more goals in a player's first five appearances in the competition's history (nine).
- Manchester City conceded three goals in a league match against a newly-promoted team for the first time since August 2013, when they lost 3-2 away at Cardiff City.
- Manchester City conceded twice in the opening half-hour of a Premier League game for only the second time under Pep Guardiola, also doing so in December 2016 against Leicester City, when they conceded three times.
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola refused to criticise any of his players despite defensive mistakes playing a part in the Premier League champions' shock 3-2 defeat at Norwich City.
The Canaries raced into a two-goal lead but a Sergio Aguero header just before the break kept City in the game.
A Nicolas Otamendi error allowed Teemu Pukki to make it 3-1 and a late Rodri reply was not enough for the visitors.
"Not for one second am I going to doubt my players," said Guardiola.
"Sometimes you know we make mistakes. I think sometimes we forget these guys are human.
"Football is quick. Things can go wrong and I must see what I can do to help them."Copyright: Getty Images
Pep Guardiola says Norwich are a "really good" team after they inflict Manchester City's first Premier League defeat since January.
Norwich City produced a magnificent all-round display to inflict Manchester City's first Premier League defeat since January at an ecstatic Carrow Road.
The Canaries were missing eight players but made light of those injuries and took full advantage of a performance from the reigning champions that was careless in the extreme and characterised by chaotic defending.
Norwich were 2-0 ahead within 30 minutes after Kenny McLean rose unmarked to meet Emiliano Buendia's corner and then Todd Cantwell finished a flowing move involving Marco Stiepermann and Teemu Pukki.
Sergio Aguero's header just before the break hinted at a Manchester City comeback but a misunderstanding between John Stones and Nicolas Otamendi saw Buendia rob the Argentina centre-back and set up Pukki to score.
Rodri scored his first goal for Manchester City with two minutes left before referee Kevin Friend's final whistle was the cue for wild celebrations for the home side.
The rare defeat, meanwhile, leaves Pep Guardiola's side five points behind Liverpool.Copyright: Getty Images
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Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp praises the quality of his side's goals and their second-half performance in the 3-1 victory against Newcastle at Anfield.
Of course, Saturday's win for the Reds means they're now perched comfortably at the top of the Premier League with a five-point lead over title rivals Man City.
They're also unbeaten at Anfield in the league since April 2017.
The win also marked 14 wins in a row in the league – with Jurgen Klopp's side scoring at least twice in every match.