Harry Kane entered the record books with the most goals for one club in Premier League history as the England captain's second-half header saw Tottenham Hotspur past stubborn Wolverhampton Wanderers in north London
Kane pounced to nod Ivan Perisic's header past Jose Sa and send Spurs to the top of the table, rewarding his persistence after hitting the crossbar with headers in either half at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Club record signing Matheus Nunes repeatedly combined to promising effect with Goncalo Guedes on the forward's first start for the club, the midfielder dropping a header narrowly wide with home goalkeeper Hugo Lloris beaten
Tottenham transformed their intensity at the start of the second half, Kane only being denied by the crossbar again when he arrowed a diving header from Dejan Kulusevski's right-wing cross over Sa.
Son Heung-min sent a shot against the outside of the near post following dangerous work by Kulusevski as Spurs pressed to break the deadlock.
Manager Antonio Conte looked relieved when Kane scored for the 185th time in the top flight for Spurs, breaking Sergio Aguero's one-club record with one of the most straightforward goals the clinical marksman will ever score.
Lage sent on Raul Jimenez, who scored when Wolves won 2-0 at Tottenham last season, but the easy-on-the-eye visitors could not end a wait for a Premier League goal that has now stretched beyond four hours of play.