Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho does have a number of quality attacking options available to him in his squad, which is why selecting a starting XI each week is no easy task.
But it does look like Steven Bergwijn is one man that was perhaps overlooked a tad at the back end of last season, especially as fixtures were being played on such a regular basis and rotation was a future.
The Dutch winger started just one of the last six games of the Premier League season and even in that game he was pulled at half-time.
Bergwijn was signed by Spurs in January 2020 from PSV Eindhoven and there is every chance his £27million deal (BBC) could turn out to be a bargain further down the line.
The 22-year-old has shown so far at the club that he’s an explosive attacker that is dangerous on the wing with both feet and he marked his debut with a memorable goal in a win over Manchester City.
He is a speedster currently away on international duty with his country and after some decent pre-season displays it will be intriguing to see how he features at the beginning of the new 2020/21 Premier League campaign.
Bergwijn has managed three goals in his 16 Spurs appearances so far across all competitions, but he’s only completed the full 90 minutes on four occasions.
There could be a case to say that Mourinho has eased him into his career in English football and is still waiting for a greater impact from him, but he needs a run of starts to build some momentum and he’s at times looked a much bigger threat than usual starter Lucas Moura.
Bergwijn is going to have a sizeable task trying to become a nailed-on starter in the Spurs team and needs to make the most of every opportunity he gets.
But the speed machine looks like he’s tailor-made for the Premier League with his directness and intelligent movement, so he’s certainly a figure that Mourinho should look more towards.