Best and worst player: Tottenham’s season in review

What a season Tottenham have had. They started this campaign slowly again but once they kicked into gear they looked like the best team in the league. Only a couple of crucial defeats towards the end of the season, twinned with Chelsea’s amazing form, denied them a first league title in 50 years.

But the obvious improvement on last season was that they didn’t look knackered by the end of the campaign. In fact they were recording cricket score towards the end of the season and looked stronger than ever.

If the season had gone on for another 10 games surely Spurs would’ve been crowned champions. As it is they’ve got the Champions League to look forward to again next term and Mauricio Pochettino continues to drive this team forward imperiously.

Best player: It’s such a toss up between Harry Kane and Dele Alli but surely we can’t look any further than these two in terms of Tottenham’s best player of the season. Kane may just have the edge because it’s a numbers game and he is the top scorer in the Premier League this term. But he couldn’t have scored all those goals without the assistance of Alli. What a future this pair have at club and international level.

Worst Player: None of Tottenham’s summer signings really did the business (honourable mention to the study Victor Wanyama) and the worst of the bunch has to be Sissoko. He started slowly and never really kicked into gear. Doesn’t look like he really wants to be at Tottenham and could easily move on again in the summer. An expensive misfit.