Mauricio Pochettino’s Tottenham will be looking to improve on the club’s best-ever Premier League finish last season in this campaign.
Spurs finished third in the top-flight last season, and were the main challengers to Leicester throughout the season, although tailed away as the campaign drew to a close.
They were pipped to second by North London rivals Arsenal on the last day, in a season where Harry Kane won the Golden Boot with 25 goals.
However, Spurs have set out with an even greater intent on challenging for the title this season in the first few months, and are the only unbeaten team after 11 league games.
They have won five and drawn six so far in the league, with their 1-1 draw at Arsenal another reminder of how difficult Pochettino’s men will be to beat this season.
However, it hasn’t all been plain sailing for Spurs. They have struggled in the Champions League, and need to win their last two league matches if they are to avoid an early exit.