Both Lewis Holtby and Gylfi Sigurdsson have played on the left after Gareth Bale’s switch to the centre, but who should be playing there for Spurs?
Andros Townsend has shown great form on loan at QPR that will benefit him and Spurs in the long run, but what about short term cover for our wide players?
Lewis Holtby has shown an eye for a pass, but also one for a shot, as he looks primed to offer some help in the goal-scoring column for Spurs.
This has been a stop-start campaign for Emmanuel Adebayor, but a number of factors are at work meaning he could finally show last season’s form for Spurs.
Lewis Holtby got 20 minutes at Carrow Road for Spurs against Norwich, but is was time on the pitch that whet the appetite of what more there is to come.
Lewis Holtby was supposed to join Tottenham in the summer, but Daniel Levy swooped to get him now. So just what does Lewis Holtby bring to Spurs?