It is shaping up to be a season to remember for Tottenham Hotspur, especially following this weekend’s results.
Chelsea’s defeat at Southampton coupled with their 2-1 triumph at Swansea City means Andre Villas-Boas has leapfrogged his former club into third place, and with just seven games to play, Champions League football is seemingly theirs for the taking.
It is never straightforward with Tottenham, but the signs have been there over the last few seasons that they are developing into a side soon capable of challenging on all fronts.
It is imperative they hold onto Gareth Bale, who has carried the side so often this season, but the Lilywhites need to add a couple more world class players if the club are to realise their long-term ambitions of challenging for the Premier League title, as well as being a force to be reckoned with in Europe’s elite competition.
Here we take a look at five ‘transfer priorities’ for Andre Villas-Boas and chairman Daniel Levy to think about this summer in order to take the club to that next level.