Tottenham are in the hunt for the Premier League title this season and with the January transfer window now upon us, they have the perfect opportunity to strengthen.
So, where will they do so?
One area that Spurs could look to improve this month is in an attacking sense. Heung-min Son and Harry Kane have scored 75% of their goals this term so some added help could go down a treat.
Diego Costa has been linked on a free transfer but there is a younger man now in the frame to move to north London.
That happens to be Wigan forward Kyle Joseph, someone catching the eye in League One this season.
According to The Sun, Spurs are plotting a move for the 19-year-old after initially having a bid of £150,000 rejected last summer.
Joseph turned down both the Lilywhites and Sheffield United but that isn’t preventing them from moving again in the winter.
Wigan are still in administration so face losing a number of their players in the coming weeks.
When it comes to the Tottenham academy, the jewel in the crown at the moment is Troy Parrott.
The Irishman is a fabulous young talent but after struggling to breakthrough under Jose Mourinho, is now on loan at Millwall.
The 18-year-old has been pretty unimpressive in Bermondsey, though, failing to score in his nine Championship outings.
Speaking about the teenager earlier this season, Latics forward Kal Naismith commented: “He’ll be a top player, a really, really good player and he works his nuts off not just in the games but all week in training as well, he has a great appetite for the game and a great attitude – I enjoy playing with him.”
In all senses of the word, Joseph is a dream to play with. By winning 2.3 aerial duels per game this season he brings others into play but he is only getting better.
He scored a sublime hat-trick against Burton in Wigan’s last match and is just going from strength to strength having netted four times this season.
Daniel Levy must ensure he’s a Tottenham player at the end of the window.