Neil Warnock has described Leeds' 2-1 victory over Tottenham in the FA Cup fourth round a "fabulous day" and insisted it was no less than his team deserved.
Leeds took an early lead through Luke Varney, before Ross McCormack doubled the advantage shortly after half-time, rendering Clint Dempsey's header a mere consolation.
The 64-year-old revealed he had to celebrate at his home without his Cornwall-based family but joked that he would still aim to enjoy himself.
"I'm on my own again tonight," said the Leeds boss. "I will open a bottle of champagne and have a few little tipples and I might even treat myself to a bag of crisps.
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"It's just a fabulous day for everyone, and not just because we've won the game, and I don't think we got anything more than we deserved.
"To say Bale, Lennon and Parker were in the team and we beat them, that's fabulous."
Leeds will face a fifth round clash away to Manchester City as reward for claiming their third top flight cup scalp this season.