Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy summarised the club’s aims for next season during a Facebook question and answer session with fans.
Levy appeared wary of setting a specific target so soon after the close of last season, choosing a generic message as everyone connected with the club looks forward.
Tottenham did well last season to grab fifth place in the Premier League to go with a place in the League Cup final against Chelsea.
“To finish as high as we can in the league and go as far as possible in the cup competitions,” he said.
The main aim for Spurs is likely to be the same for next year; securing Champions League football for 2016/2017.
For that to happen, the manager Mauricio Pochettino needs to be backed in the transfer market and Levy needs to make things as difficult as possible for any side to poach the club’s best players.
Kevin Wimmer has already been signed and has a very exciting future ahead of him and the club also needs to add strength in depth elsewhere, with further squad additions needed.
Domestic success is also important and the club needs to try and build on the progress made in the League Cup over the past ten months, as well as mounting a strong challenge for the FA Cup.
However, the Holy Grail of elite European football is what Levy will always have his eyes on.