There has been plenty of talk around Tottenham going two consecutive transfer windows without any signings, but despite that they are still inside the top four of the Premier League and have qualified for the Champions League semi-finals this season.
Spurs fans have an exciting end to the campaign ahead of them, with the race for the top four still on and also the European showdown with Ajax in the semi-finals.
Mauricio Pochettino has managed to make do with what he has in the last year and this season has proven perhaps the squad is stronger than many think.
Spurs forked out £22million (Telegraph) to sign attacker Heung-Min Son back in 2015 from Bayer Leverkusen and he’s now turned out to be brilliant value for money.
It’s unclear on how much Son would go for now given the current state of the transfer market, but it’s certainly a lot more than what the North London club paid for him four years ago.
The 26-year-old has become a vital player for Spurs in recent years and has been on fire recently.
Son has made 43 appearances this season in all competitions, scoring 20 goals and supplying 10 assists in return.
The South Korea international scored three times during the Champions League quarter-final tie against Manchester City and is playing at an elite level.
He’s a versatile attacker that can ply as a winger or centre-forward, but is a serious danger with his pace and directness wherever it is.
Spurs’ £5million (BBC) deal for Dele Alli from MK Dons back in 2015 is always mentioned as the biggest bargain, but the excellent deal for Son does go under the radar.