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They will be fighting at the top end of the league again as their team is too good not to. Tottenham are certainly one of them.

Whether or not that can be fixed this season, seeing Spurs challenge on all fronts and not collapse in one area, will largely depend on keeping Harry Kane fit.

You've got a £50m budget to pick 11 players, with all the biggest new signings ready and raring to go ahead of a mouthwatering new Premier League campaign.

There have been 14 goals scored in the last three Premier League meetings between these two clubs at St James' Park. If that pattern is maintained, they will win the Premier League title this season and that surely has to be the aim of the club. His scoring output is a huge part of Tottenham's success, and next season should prove no different.

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Ben Davies is determined to follow Trippier's example and finally establish himself as a regular starter. But despite being one of the top footballers in the world, he already has aspirations to pursue another sport later in his playing career - American football. Strengthen the squad when the team is doing well.

In a summer of high-octane transfer spending, Spurs are yet to join the fray but boss Pochettino is unconcerned.

TOTTENHAM right back Kieran Trippier left Wembley on crutches on Saturday night, leaving Spurs fans questioning why they didn't replace Kyle Walker. Levy has even criticised the huge transfer sums paid by Tottenham's direct rivals on new players.

The 27-year-old has not played for Spurs since January but was one of the best players in the Premier League last time around. Kane, though, was sidelined twice during the campaign and that directly affected their results.

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With this additional time to reach greater levels of fitness and regain match sharpness, could Kane start the season in the same sort of fashion which he has finished the previous three?

Tottenham have been excellent for the last two seasons and have been extremely unlucky not to have a trophy to show for their efforts. Ask any of those and they would hardly regard the Tottenham of Mauricio Pochettino, the impressive manager of the North Londoners for the past three seasons, as middleweights, but Spurs do operate distinctly. Arsenal faced similar issues from the mid- to late-noughties.

In short, Spurs fans are bracing themselves for another transfer window that could go all the way to deadline day, and are fearful of another Moussa Sissoko-esque panic buy.

It will be a blow for them to move away from White Hart Lane temporarily while the new ground is being built. In addition, Spurs are building the newest, biggest, and best club stadium in England, which will open in fall 2018.

If any team was the ideal example of a team that can be improved by coaching, rather than via the transfer market, it is Tottenham Hotspur. Cancelo is flexible in his position and the right footer can play anywhere along the righthand side of the pitch.

That solitary victory came against CSKA Moscow and since then they have drawn to Belgian outfit Gent, who subsequently knocked them out of the Europa League, and lost to Chelsea in the FA Cup semi-final at Wembley.

The quality of the opposition was good in nearly all of those matches, but Tottenham did seem like a fish out of water in the unfamiliar surroundings.

The former Ireland worldwide was speaking on Off the Ball ahead of the new Premier League season.

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