What a difference 12 months makes in football!
This time last year, Tottenham were busy splashing millions on a host of players from across Europe, following their world record sale of Gareth Bale.
But after a 2013/14 campaign that finished with two managerial sackings, and a disappointing sixth-placed finish, Daniel Levy has been a whole lot quieter this summer.
The club finally confirmed their first deals of the summer this week, bringing in Ben Davies and Michel Vorm from Swansea City, in a deal that saw Icelandic midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson move to the Liberty Stadium in the opposite direction.
Meanwhile, Hugo Lloris has committed his future to the club, whilst talks are continuing over a new deal for Jan Vertonghen.
But perhaps the biggest new arrival of the summer will prove to be that of Mauricio Pochettino from Southampton.
The Argentine guided Southampton to a record Premier League finish last season and impressed everyone with the way he improved the club’s young players and got them playing an attractive brand of attacking football.
If he can repeat the trick with Tottenham’s under-performing multi-million pound stars, it may well be a season to remember at White Hart Lane.