The Spurs boss, perhaps understandably spitting after the club failed to sign a single player in the transfer window, made one thing clear following his side's 3-1 win over Fulham on Saturday: he only wants players at the club who are committed.
Slavisa Jokanovic knows his Fulham side will have to box clever as they look to get something out of their return to Wembley when tackling Tottenham in the Premier League. He is doing just that.
Alonso swept in a cut-back from substitute Eden Hazard for the victor.
He said: "We find problems which are normal through the game, Spurs compete well and press us strong and we didn't find, especially in first 45 minutes, to combat and at the end they score this psychological goal in a complicated moment for us and we start second half well".More news: Winx beats Black Caviar's record with 26th straight win
He showed he is in the mood to maintain that form with the way he connected with Calum Chambers' weak clearance, from a Christian Eriksen cross, sending a superbly-weighted left-foot shot into the top of the Fulham goal from the edge of the area.
Harry Kane looks set to be given another opportunity to break his August duck against Fulham, despite the Spurs and England captain having effectively had no pre-season training.
Wolves shared the points in a four-goal thriller with Everton last weekend, but despite much hype and expectation after a summer of heavy investment, they remain winless after losing 2-0 at 10-man Leicester.
10-man Newcastle missed a penalty five minutes into stoppage time as they drew 0-0 at Cardiff.
Leicester doubled the lead through James Maddison, leaving Wolves without a win so far.More news: NZ Minister for Women cycles to hospital to give birth
Bielsa has masterminded three consecutive second tier victories and a League Cup first round success at the start of his first season in charge.
Two games in, however, and Richarlison is looking a bargain.
Chelsea's Marcos Alonso celebrates scoring their third goal against Arsenal on Saturday.
Richarlison headed Everton's second after former Southampton forward Theo Walcott had opened the scoring after a well-worked free-kick move from Leighton Baines and Morgan Schneiderlin. Danny Ings pulled a goal back for the Saints in the 54th minute but the hosts held on for victory.
The London club lost for the second straight game, beaten 2-1 by Bournemouth after taking the lead through Marko Arnautovic's penalty. The Premier League is ruthless.More news: EU`s relief fund for Lombok earthquakes reaches U.S. $1.4 million
Declan Rice, Michail Antonio and summer signing Ryan Fredericks have all been dropped from the West Ham squad for the first home game of the season against Bournemouth.