Well, duh. The Frenchman has proved himself to be Tottenham's most important player so far this season. For all of Spurs shortcomings in other areas of the pitch, its rather reassuring that between the sticks we have arguably the league's best. Though he is prone to the odd moment that proves he is indeed human (the Man City game was a particularly bad day at the office), Lloris is remarkably consistent and undoubtedly a major reason why Spurs are still in reach of their Champions League ambitions despite poor performances. Against a fired-up Fulham midweek he was nothing short of world-class and ensured that all three points went back to the Lane. To add to his immense ability, the man is fearless. Whatever you think of how Spurs handled the concussion incident at Goodison Park and the fall-out, one certainty came out of the whole affair - Hugo is one tough bastard. There's a reason he's captain of the French national side - he's someone whose willing to give it all for the shirt. Such a player is invaluable for any team, and for Spurs, who have perhaps lacked such characters in recent seasons, he is vital.