Tottenham have been close to the Champions League places in recent years without ever making a serious challenge for the Premier League title.
This season Tottenham has played some lovely football under Andre Villas-Boas and there is a feeling that the squad is shy of a few players to take the club to the next level.
The following are three players that could really catapult them to the title:
Leandro Damiao has been linked to the club for what feels like eternity. Every transfer window sees him close to a move to White Hart Lane, with Spurs having failed in a last minute bid in the January transfer window.
The Brazilian would add a cutting edge to the Spurs forward line - with Emmanuel Adebayor extremely inconsistent and Jermain Defoe picking up injuries, Damiao could become a key member of Villas-Boas' side and reports suggest a deal will be done.
Borja Valero is a creative midfield player who will add real quality in the tottenham midfield. He will help fill the void left by Luka Modric's departure to Real Madrid and along with Moussa Dembele and Sandro Spurs would find themselves with a very dynamic midfield. He could add the extra spark and creativity from midfield to further fuel Spurs as an attacking force.
Nicolas N'Koulou has caught the eyes of a number of clubs with his battling displays for Marseille. He would provide genuine quality to the spurs back-line, who are in need of reinforcements, with William Gallas in decline and Ledley King now retired.
The defender could make a good partnership with Jan Vertonghen at the heart of the Spurs defence and could be a realistic target for Villas-Boas this summer.
Adding these players would be great for Tottenham but the biggest achievement for them next season would be retaining their Welsh wizard Gareth Bale.
If they add these players and manage to retain Bale and the core of their squad they will be in with a shout for Premier League glory come the end of next year.
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