It was a season that started with so much promise at White Hart Lane as Andre Villas-Boas seemingly put together a side that could firstly cope with the loss of Gareth Bale and be able to secure the all-important Champions League qualification.
Chairman Daniel Levy spent all of Bale’s transfer fee on a host of talent worth £108 million with the Lilywhites expected to significantly improve on last season.
However the season is likely to finish with Spurs outside of the top four with Tim Sherwood finding the task just as difficult as Villas-Boas did.
There will be a new manager in place for August as the Lilywhites rebuild once again. This means that Spurs will have to re-enter the transfer market again if their new boss wants to think about challenging for a place in the Champions League next season.
Therefore we are expecting another busy summer of activity at the club with punters thinking hard about what is required in the upcoming transfer window.