While our Tottenham supporting punters are no doubt disappointed that the Premier League title has slipped out of their grasp, there’s little doubt that the club have made immense progress this season.
Things are on the up at White Hart Lane (and beyond) and they possess a dynamic young side who promise to both excite and ignite for years to come.
However, always the sour puss, chairman Daniel Levy has conceded that progression is by no means an easy feat and there will be some challenges along the way.
“This has been a season when our team has taken to the pitch and reminded us all why we love this game and why we love our Club,” wrote Levy in tomorrow’s programme for the game at home to Southampton.
“A second season under Mauricio and his coaching staff has seen the team achieve far more than we had anticipated.’
A move to a £400m new stadium is on the cards, with the North London outfit thought to be nearing a deal with the FA that will see them use Wembley as a temporary home for the 2018-19 season.
“After more than 15 years of land acquisition, nine years in design and planning, we finally have the permissions we need to realise our vision of delivering one of the finest stadiums in the world.
“We are building what we believe to be the foundations, literally and metaphorically, for the future of our Club. As we move forward we know we shall face challenges and we shall often ask you to support us through these.’
Will Tottenham win a league title in the next few years? Or have they missed their chance?
— Titanbet (@TitanBet) April 14, 2016