"Anyone who enjoys watching football has to enjoy how we're playing - I do for sure," he continued. "We're a really good team and we'll go on to be fantastic one.
"We couldn't have done any more. We couldn't have tried any harder."
And, sarcastically, he added: "They've [the supporters] had it so good over the years, you see. When you keep winning league championships every year, you get upset when you don't win."
Sunderland mentality has to change - Bruce
Sunderland manager Steve Bruce was delighted with his side's second-half display after they earned a point thanks to Asamoah Gyan's strike, which cancelled out Rafael van der Vaart's opener.
"Spurs were terrific in the first half, with Modric and Tom Huddlestone zipping it around, but we pressed them higher up the pitch in the second half and looked a real threat," Bruce reflected.
"There's a lot said about tactics and things but when you play away from home you've got to play like you mean it. We were better when we went two up top in the second half and I thought we could have nicked it.
"There is much more to come from Gyan - a lot of players needed a bit of a break after the World Cup. When I can play him with Darren Bent, we'll be a real threat."
Gyan, who scored his fifth goal for the Black Cats, admitted that Bruce had given them a dressing down at half-time after an inadequate 45-minute performance.
"The manager wasn't happy, we had to come back strongly and get into the game and we did that," said the Ghanaian striker.
"I think we could have won in the end. We came back well in the second half and it's an important point for us.
"I'm really happy because the team is doing well, I'm delighted with how it's going at Sunderland."
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