Mauricio Pochettino held serve in his first season as Tottenham manager. Now the onus is on him to finally put his own stamp on the team and start showing improvement.
Let's celebrate Chadli's great season and great goals before we start to worry about his ability to repeat it.
Ryan Mason is what he is, a player untried at the top level who made the most of a bad situation and performed alright.
Federico Fazio's biggest problem? He wasn't Mateo Musacchio, whom we all wanted.
Roberto Soldado had another bad year and I'm crying right now you guys.
The ringleader of the Kaboul Cabal managed to get himself a captaincy, then exiled, and will probably never play for Spurs again. So, not such a great year.
Despite some early setbacks, Dier is more than we expected him to be this soon.
Michel Vorm was firmly entrenched as the backup goalkeeper on N17. Will it be status quo, or a new era in September?
Nabil Bentaleb had a very good year, and is only 20 years old. The future is bright.
Paulinho was all but forgotten. Then he had some useful appearances. It was a strange year.
We haven't seen enough of DeAndre Yedlin to assign a grade, but we've seen enough to stay engaged and interested in his future.
Etienne Capoue started out as first choice in Mauricio Pochettino's midfield pivot. Eventually, he could not even make the bench. It was a strange year.
He was comedy gold this season... in every possible sense of the phrase.
Yep, he's still amazing.
It's been a rough season for Emmanuel Adebayor, and it's now past time to thank him and move on.
Danny Rose was one of the most pleasant surprises of the season. Let's take a moment to review his breakthrough campaign.
Jan Vertonghen was good. Everything else on defense...not so much.
Let's just pretend most of this didn't happen.
Still not a superstar, but he's getting better.
Misunderstood, misused, probably out the door.
The England winger had an up and down year. Let's briefly recap it.
How did the Welshman do in his first year at White Hart Lane?
Our season-ending review of Tottenham's first team players continues with our French goalkeeping savior, Hugo Lloris.
It's the obvious choice. But he truly, truly deserves it.