Tottenham Hotspur are facing a 2015, which could be massive for the club.
The next 12 months could be extremely exciting for Tottenham Hotspur or more of the familiar story that Spurs fans have grown used to over the last couple of years.
Mauricio Pochettino has now had half a season to start developing his methods at the club, getting players to pick up his philosophy and there are some signs that things are starting to click.
So what sort of resolutions for 2015 might he be setting for his team?
Let’s invest well
Some of Tottenham’s recent investments in terms of players have been questionable. It’s important that the players the boss brings in are geared towards getting the side into, and keeping them in, the Premier League’s top four.
Let’s keep our best players
Spurs have been a selling club in the last few years in the respect that they have sold their best players such as Luka Modric and Gareth Bale. There have been reports linking the likes of Hugo Lloris and Jan Vertonghen with exits, but Spurs need to keep them if they want to keep moving forward.
Let’s improve our consistency
Tottenham’s form has been up and down like a yoyo this season. Good performances at home and on the road have been mixed in with displays, which have left fans fuming over the way certain stars have approached games.
Let’s try and win something
Tottenham still have three realistic chances of silverware; the League Cup, the FA Cup and the Europa League. The Premier League will always be the priority but the Europa League also represents a way for Tottenham to get into the Champions League.