For the last two seasons, Tottenham have come close to claiming a first Premier League title.
However, close has not been enough, but there is the feeling that Spurs are on the cusp of something special.
Assured of the runners up spot this season, Tottenham have Impressively gone the whole campaign unbeaten at White Hart Lane.
Unfortunately, the Lane is no more and the Spurs faithful will have to contend themselves with a season in the far vaster confines of Wembley Stadium.
Mauricio Pochettino’s charges were less than convincing during their Champions League clashes at the National Stadium and there is a fear amongst supporters that progress could be severely halted unless the players can get to grips with the Wembley turf quickly.
Tottenham’s adaptability will be a key differentiator in whether they can assault the league once more or fade away into mid-table obscurity.
Another key definer is whether Pochettino can hold onto his best players. Once again Harry Kane has contributed with his usual plethora of goals and Heung-min Son has been a reliable back-up but Dutchman Vincent Janssen has been less than impressive in front of goal.
Finding another player with the ability who can put the ball In the back of net must be a priority if Spurs are to push on, especially if they harbour ambitions of becoming competitive in the Champions League.
Tottenham’s defence has arguably been the reason for the most optimism, the Lily Whites defensive group of Danny Rose, Kyle Walker, Jan Vertonghen and Toby Alderweireld have been tougher than fort knox’s this season.
Rumours are rife that Walker could be on his way out of the club but with Kieran Trippier as more than capable back up, so just long as Pochettino does not lose any more defenders, there is little reasons to believe next season will be any different from the meanest back four in the league.
Holding onto attacking midfield Maestro Dele Alli will be critical. 22 goals in 53 appearances has been some return from the former MK Dons man and now Europe’s elite are rumoured to be sniffing around.
There can be no denying that Spurs have come on leaps and bounds and with the ‘New Lane’ on the horizon, the future is certainly bright.
Negotiating one season at Wembley could either hinder, or witness Spurs become league champions for the first time since 1961.
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