Mohamed Diame

Given the fact he still has an absurdly low £3.5million release clause written into his West Ham United contract, Spurs aren’t likely to be the only club interested in the big Senegalese midfielder’s contract.

But supporters witnessed first hand exactly what the former Wigan man is capable of during the blockbuster 3-2 win over the Hammers at Upton Park recently and for such a bargain price, it’s hard to see how the club wouldn’t benefit from his eclectic set of midfield gifts in the engine room – would prove a great bit of competition for Mousa Dembele, too.