The performances of Lewis Holtby have been a highlight of our pre-season, as the midfield dynamo has all the attributes Mauricio Pochettino requires.
Lewis Holtby going on loan from Spurs to Fulham is highlighting his natural vertical passing game and how it is fashioning chances for their side.
A remarkably open game saw us take three vital Premier League points from attacking the left back zone, as it finished Fulham 1 Spurs 2 at Craven Cottage.
Lewis Holtby has been playing predominantly in the Europa League and Capital One Cup. Could injury to Christian Eriksen allow him to step up and shine?
On a difficult pitch, quick injections of incisive vertical passing make the final score Anzhi 0 Spurs 2 in our Europa League match.
We created chances from the left, but ended up winning the game dramatically from the right, as it finished Cardiff 0 Spurs 1 in our Premier League clash.
AVB rings the changes, but the same gameplan of hitting runners in-behind remains as our Europa League tie finishes Spurs 3 Dinamo Tbilisi 0.
After arriving from Schalke in January, Lewis Holtby spent the final two matches of last season on the bench. So, where does he fit in at Spurs this term?
Lewis Holtby was supposed to be our new number ten, but does moving him deeper allow us to open up our midfield whilst still retaining a defensive presence?
Lewis Holtby was prolific in the number ten role for Schalke, but has been used anywhere but there for Spurs. Is it time for him to get a chance?