A look at what Tottenham Hotspur have to put up with in terms of their squad "depth."
GK: Michel Vorm - Hugo Lloris is a quality goalkeeper, Brad Friedel is an unused veteran. Vorm is somewhere in between.
LB: Ben Davies - A little unlucky to make a Tottenham 'worst XI' but Danny Rose is the in-fashion preference right now. Davies, meanwhile, hasn't lived up to expectations at White Hart Lane.
CB: Younes Kaboul - From club captain to seasonal absentee.
CB: Federico Fazio - Imagine a Fazio - Kaboul partnership? Frightening.
RB: Vlad Chiriches - You have to do a lot to beat Kyle Walker for being a bad right-back at the moment. Chiriches manages it, though.
CM: Etienne Capoue - The Frenchman's form was so off he simply did a disappearing act. Many Tottenham supporters are calling for a Capoue recall but the likelihood is he'll end up flattering to deceive once again.
CM: Paulinho - Spurs fans have made their mind up on the Brazilian. His recent attempts to break back into the first team have been as much of a disappointment as the rest of his Tottenham career.
LM: Erik Lamela - One of the most frustrating Premier League signings you will ever see.
RM: Andros Townsend - A starter under Mauricio Pochettino, which shows you just what the Argentine has to put up with at White Hart Lane. Townsend lacks any sort of footballing brain and never tracks back to help his full-back out.
ST: Roberto Soldado - The archetypal 'flop.' The Spaniard has missed so many sitters during his time in north London, the writing has been on the wall for some months. Imagine relying on him to get you 10 goals a season let alone Harry Kane's huge total?
ST: Emmanuel Adebayor - With his lack of effort for Tottenham this season, the 31-year-old could get the north London side into real trouble were he relied upon for the duration of a whole campaign.