Arsenal legend Ian Wright has claimed that he would never leave the house again if Tottenham went on to win the Premier League title this season.
"Following last season, I think we are still learning, we are a young team, we have a lot of talent", he said.
When asked whether Spurs were a title contending team, Redknapp replied "absolutely" while on Tuesday evening's TalkSport Drive Time show.
"They are dynamic, a team that knows they can best anyone around - and do it consistently".
For City, the worldwide break comes at a good time to take stock, with Sunday's defeat their only blip on an otherwise superb start to the campaign.
"We have had some great performances at the club, particularly last season".
The victory ends City's ideal start under Guardiola and moves Tottenham to within one point of their opponents at the top of the table.
"The second balls, we lost a lot in risky positions. We share a similar philosophy", said Pochettino.
Once it became obvious their natural pressing game wasn't going to impact on Spurs you would have thought Guardiola would have switched things up a bit. We try to put pressure on teams, especially in the first half - this is our football style.
"I feel very happy and very pleased, the performance was almost ideal", Pochettino said.
Lloris thinks the win displayed Spurs' qualities at both ends of the pitch, as they kept a clean sheet after having the joint-best defensive record in the top-flight last season. "Every day it gives us a lot of enjoyment and confidence for the rest of the season".
"It's true you need to be consistent in the league but when you get the opportunity to play one of the top teams like City you need to enjoy it and play at your best level, like we did on Sunday".
"That's why we enjoy our time at Tottenham because the spirit is excellent".
'They're no longer happy being a pretty footballing side, one that can run you close but never really deliver when the chips are down.