It's fair to say that Tottenham are currently playing a blinder in this summer's transfer window.
Rather than selling their best player, Gareth Bale, and then being quoted ridiculous prices for their transfer targets by clubs who know they have money to spend, Spurs have recruited first before selling their Welsh star to Real Madrid for a potential world-record fee.
Several deals have already gone through, and those players have impressed on their competitive debuts, while several others are on the verge of completing big-money moves to the north London outfit.
Bale, meanwhile, remains poised to complete his transfer to the Bernabeu.
So, how might Spurs look after the international break? This is likely to be Andre Villas-Boas's strongest starting line-up.