Having claimed a spot in the PFA Team of the Year, most rate Kyle Walker as the best right-back in the Premier League.
He belongs to the new generation of full-backs who offer as much going forward as they do defensively, or in some instances even more, providing the width to allow attacking midfielders to take up more central positions and the dynamic pace to get in behind the opposition backline.
But it seems not everybody at White Hart Lane is completely convinced by the England international, despite him bagging the most assists of any Premier League defender this season and earning a place in the official XI of the 2016/17 campaign.
Indeed, following reports from The Telegraph claiming Manchester City are interested in signing the 26-year-old, we asked Spurs fans earlier this week whether the club should cash in on Walker, with Kieran Trippier representing a ready-made replacement.
And according to the results of our recent poll, a significant 47% of Spurs fans would move the 25-cap international on if the right offer came along this summer. That’s a pretty big chunk of supporters, especially considering Walker has started all but three of his side’s Premier League fixtures this season.