Mauricio Pochettino has had some funds to spend in the transfer market this summer, after the profits the club made over the course of last season.
With greater revenue set to be generated through the new stadium, club chairman Daniel Levy has managed to sign Tanguy Ndombele for a record fee.
But the arrival of the Frenchman means players like Victor Wanyama are now in danger of losing their place in the Spurs squad.
The Kenyan star has been troubled by injuries over the past 12 months and as a result, he no longer holds a regular spot in the Tottenham starting eleven.
It is reasonable to suggest that Wanyama could be ditched by Pochettino in the near future but the player himself has other ideas.
As he prepares to team up with the Spurs squad again, the midfielder has made it clear that he wants to be at Tottenham next season.
Speaking to ESPN, Wanyama said; “I will be back in training with Hotspurs next week. I do not want to dwell much on speculations because it’s normal for a player to be linked with other clubs when the transfer window is open but I’m not going anywhere.
“I have not spoken to any other team because my aim is to remain at Spurs and to help my team next season. I have a running contract with Tottenham which I intend to honour.”