Positive signs at Tottenham surely means there is no chance of players, or manager, jumping ship at this point.
There are two angles to be taken when discussing why Tottenham players would want to leave a club during this point of transition.
The obvious one is ‘they would not’.
Spurs are due to move in their brand-new stadium this season having played the majority of their games at Wembley for the previous two terms, and that in itself is a welcome change for us all.
Surely the most exciting bit of news for players and fans alike is that they are due to move into their new mega-stadium at some point this year after repeated, frustrating delays and two season at Wembley.
Indeed, it is a welcome change for us all to see domestic cup final venue Wembley finally on the road to recovery after becoming a tedious formality in English football.
And we are sure Tottenham share this sentiment.
There is also the small point that manager Mauricio Pochettino is surely set to remain as the manager.
Manchester United and Real Madrid were both heavy favourites to secure his services following their respective managerial mishaps, but now with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at the wheel and Zinedine Zidane returning to the Spanish capital, there is very little chance of the Argentine getting itchy feet and moving on.
There is, like so many people have said before, a major project going on at Tottenham at the moment. The club have done tremendously well to perform without making any new additions in the summer, but having seen their promotion hopes dashed, and their third-place finish in doubt, there is every chance that the club will spend uncharacteristically big to shake their ‘bottle job’ status.
Tottenham fans, how confident are you of keeping everyone on board this summer? Join the discussion by commenting below…