Spurs turned to the former Celtic manager after failed experiments with perhaps more established names like Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte.
Even if Postecoglou doesn’t get carried away, his side are unbeaten in the Premier League so far and have a brilliant chance of extending that streak at home to Sheffield United on Saturday.
Playing exciting, goal-scoring football even despite the departure of the talismanic Harry Kane, players like Cristiano Romero, Yves Bissouma and Pape Sarr appear to be reborn under his leadership.
With new faces James Maddison, Micky van de Ven, Destiny Udogie and Guglielmo Vicario also impressing, Spurs appear to have been transformed.
Bale, who played in an attacking Tottenham side under Harry Redknapp before returning briefly during the Mourinho era, is impressed and says he would have liked to play under the Australian.
“Yeah, definitely,” he replied when asked if he would have liked to play on that Spurs team.
“It’s great to see. They’ve got the style back, I think that’s something the club was probably looking for too. Hopefully there is more to come from the team.