Jermaine Jenas has explained he feels Tottenham do have plenty of strength in depth in their squad despite not signing a single player in the last two transfer windows.
Spurs have been non-existent during the last couple of windows when it comes to spending, but managed to keep themselves competitive at the highest level in most competitions.
The North London club have now successfully moved into their new stadium, where they have a Champions League quarter-final showdown with Manchester City and are also chasing top four football in the Premier League.
Ex-Spurs midfielder and now pundit Jenas believes that his former side do have one of the strongest squads around.
“If you put the value of their first XI together, it would not be far behind the best teams in Europe,” Jenas told Goal.
“People say Tottenham haven’t spent the money, but on any given weekend, they could have Danny Rose, Erik Lamela, Eric Dier, Victor Wanyama on the bench and not many teams have that much quality in reserve.”
Most Spurs fans could probably agree on the strongest XI at the club, but outsiders feel there is a lack of depth behind them.
It does seem like they are perhaps a couple of players away from seriously challenging from silverware and they could be a real force if they invest in the summer.
They still need some serious competition to Harry Kane at centre-forward despite having Fernando Llorente, while there appears to be a lack of options in the centre of the park too following the exit of Mousa Dembele in January.