Parried a Matt Jarvis shot after the interval after a quiet first half, but displayed great reactions to deny the winger a certain equaliser.
An assured performance from the young centre-back, who looked comfortable in the heart of the Spurs defence.
An improved performance from the right-back, who was rarely threatened on the right-hand side as Sam Allardyce made an early change, bringing off Modibo Maiga for Matt Jarvis.
Preferred to William Gallas and showed why by handing Andy Carroll little change throughout.
Pressed forward early on and provided for Defoe who could not convert. Another fine display from the Belgian, who continues to deputise well at left-back.
Selflessly provided for Jermain Defoe for Spurs' third with only Jussi Jaaskelainen to beat. Came off towards the end for the recovering Mousa Dembele.
Assured as ever in his passing, but wayward with attempts on goal. Helped Sandro dominate the midfield and broke up play to launch the attack for Spurs' third goal.
Entered into a battle with Mohamed Diame and came out on top over the course of the game. Displayed both the physical and creative aspects of his game in a commanding performance. Worryingly stretchered off in the closing stages for Jake Livermore.
Booked for bringing down Winston Reid as the defender attempted to clear, but had the last word of the opening 45 minutes with a brilliant solo run capped off by a typically powerful finish to open the scoring. Given the simple task of tapping into an empty net by Aaron Lennon for Tottenham's third, but perhaps lucky to avoid a second yellow card for a cynical foul on Joey O'Brien. Replaced by Gylfi Sigurdsson in stoppage time to an ovation from the home fans.
Drifted off the left and rattled the bar with a rasping drive in the first half. Foiled by Jaaskelainen after the break but latched onto a Dempsey pass to score in a game where the Welshman was, as ever, one of Tottenham's brightest sparks.
Forced Jussi Jaaskelainen into a fairly comfortable save in the first half and fired another shot over. Had the Hammers goalkeeper beaten after the break but hit the post. The American's fortunes changed when his beautifully lifted pass found Gareth Bale to extend Spurs' lead. Arguably the former Fulham man's finest performance since joining Tottenham.
Beaten at his near post by Jermain Defoe in the first half as his defence backed off, but could do little about the second as Gareth Bale found himself unmarked just a few yards from goal. Could do nothing as Defoe rounded off the scoring.
Found the triple threat of Jermain Defoe, Clint Dempsey and the wandering Gareth Bale difficult to deal with. One of a handful of defenders to back off as Jermain Defoe opened the scoring.
Yellow carded for launching into a crunching tackle on Gareth Bale after just six minutes, and found it difficult to shackle the Welsh winger from then on. Foiled late on by the Spurs defence.
Stood up to the threat of Aaron Lennon for an hour but was nowhere to be seen as the winger set up Jermain Defoe for Tottenham's third.
Similarly to Winston Reid, the centre-back failed to come to terms with a rampant, positive Spurs performance.
Hustled Sandro and the Spurs midfield as the Hammers struggled to get a grip on proceedings in the first half. The game got away from West Ham after the break, but the midfielder was one of few plus points for Sam Allardyce.
Only lasted 54 minutes and saw little of the action in a game that passed him by, despite West Ham having numbers in midfield. Replaced by Matt Taylor.
Plenty of industry but equal amounts of frustration for the midfielder, who couldn't threaten the Spurs goal as he so often does. Provided for Matt Jarvis on two occasions but saw his team-mate denied by Hugo Lloris, and was substituted for Carlton Cole.
Booked for bringing down Aaron Lennon as the winger looked to break in the first half and was beaten far too easily by Defoe as Tottenham went in front.
Little to no chances of note for the England international, but managed to head home with 10 minutes to play from a looping header.
The striker operated off the left-hand side but was puzzlingly replaced after half an hour by Matt Jarvis.