Harry Kane is Tottenham Hotspur’s best player and talisman and it is highly unlikely that he will be forced out of his position as lead striker any time soon.
The England captain is already off the mark and at the moment, the North London outfit do not look as though they made a mistake failing to sign a single player in the summer market.
However, a long and fixture-packed schedule can lead to injuries, and if Kane suffers a serious problem there are question marks over Mauricio Pochettino’s options.
Son Heung-min is capable of filling that role but he is better suited in a wide role, while Fernando Llorente has flopped so far since joining the club a year ago.
If Tottenham want to become serious title challengers, they need a strong bench, but they currently do not possess one.
We asked you if the North London club should prioritise bringing in a quality back-up striker that can supply the goals in Kane’s absence, and the outcome is clear.