Tottenham Hotspur have been one of the most consistent Premier League sides over the past few years, finishing in the top three in each of the last three seasons - no other side can boast that record.
However, Spurs also have a reputation as 'nearly men'; the perennial bottlers always seem to fall just short and haven't won a trophy in over ten years. Memorably, when Leicester won the league, Spurs contrived to finish third in a two horse race.
Nevertheless, the Lilywhites have one of the best managers in the league at the helm in Mauricio Pochettino, and will be looking to the future having secured his services until 2023.
Tottenham are undoubtedly an eye-catching side with a great deal of promise in the squad and, as they have proven over recent years, are capable of challenging the biggest clubs domestically and in Europe.
If they are going to become the side all Spurs fans want them to be, as much as chairman Daniel Levy won't want to hear it, they need serious investment, allowing Pochettino to strengthen both his starting XI and reserves. As Poch puts it, "Take risks and be brave". These are the five players they need to take a risk on...