Plenty of football fans tend to have issues with their club chairmen and owners, particularly when it comes to how much money is spent in transfer windows.
A number of Tottenham Hotspur supporters, though, are more than happy with Daniel Levy pulling the strings.
The chairman has been part of the North London outfit since 2001 and has built up quite the reputation for himself.
Levy is known to be very shrewd when it comes to transfer deals, and certainly will not back down.
The sale of Gareth Bale to Real Madrid in 2013 was a long process, which ended with Tottenham pocketing a then-world record fee of £85m.
Spurs also received around £50m from Manchester City for Kyle Walker in the summer transfer window.
Two of Tottenham’s biggest stars – Harry Kane and Dele Alli – came cheap considering that the former came through the academy and the latter joined from MK Dons for an initial £5m fee.
With the club preparing to move into a state-of-the-art new stadium next season and the team seriously challenging for honours, Levy is onside with most of the fans, although there are some that are unhappy with his methods.
After the club announced via their official website that their chief had received the CEO of the Year award at the Football Business Awards, supporters were quick to send congratulatory messages.
We've got levy, Daniel levy
I just don't think you understand
He won the CEO
Without spending any dough
We've got Daniel levy
— AJB (@alexjb93) November 2, 2017
Fantastic recognition. Well proud of my Club.
— Spiggy (@SpiggyTope) November 2, 2017
Congratulations Daniel & fully deserved 👏👏👏💖 #COYS
— 🌸Rosie Spursgirl🌸 (@Spursgirl8) November 3, 2017
DANIEL LEVY YOU MAGICIAN
— Äłvîñ💉 (@Winksyboi) November 2, 2017
OUR Lilywhite chairman ladies and gents
(probably didn't want to haggle with him over second place).
— David de Lane© (@djsa2go) November 3, 2017
Wonderful and so well deserved – trajectory of Club has completely changed, on and off the pitch.
— Rachel Martin (@RachelVMartin) November 3, 2017
This will not sit well with all those Levy out Spurs fans that think he is holding the club back. Extremely well deserved 👏🏻
— YidArmyAndrew (@YidArmyAndrew) November 3, 2017
Well done DL – top job and the whole club is rising 👍
— Cass (@NeilCasson) November 2, 2017