A look at what happened to the seven players released by Tottenham Hotspur.
Tottenham Hotspur did well to offload several unwanted players for good fees in the summer, with Younes Kaboul and Paulinho two such instances.
But what became of the seven players who were released in June, when the club elected not to include them on their retained list and extend their contracts?
The good news is that six of them have found new clubs, while one has retired to take up a new career.
Here is a look at the fortunes of the surplus to requirements seven...
Jordan Archer - Millwall
Promising goalkeeper Jordan Archer is a Scotland under-21 international, who spent most of his time at Tottenham out on loan.
After his release he was quickly snapped up by Millwall, where he has made four starts already this season.
Bongani Khumalo - Supersport United
The centre-back was last seen at Spurs shutting out Manchester United's Radamel Falcao in an under-21 game at Old Trafford earlier this year, but like the Colombian, was not kept on by his employer.
Khumalo had struggled badly with injuries over the past two seasons, and after a loan to Colchester United was released.
The 28-year-old has since re-signed with South African club Supersport United, the same team Tottenham bought him from in 2011.
Cristian Ceballas - Charlton
Spanish youngster Cristian Ceballos was a player for who there were high hopes at Spurs, but he was not given the chance to deliver for the first team.
Another year and he could have made a Ryan Mason-esque jump if handed an opportunity, but instead he was released and has signed with Championship club Charlton Athletic.
The 22-year-old has already made five appearances for the Addicks this season and his progress is one to watch.
Jonathan Miles - Ebbsfleet United
Goalkeeper Jonathan Miles was always a long shot to make the first team, and managed just two games in the Football League on loan for Dagenham and Redbridge.
He has since signed with non-league club Ebbsfleet United in an attempt to get regular games under his belt and start working his way up the ladder.
Alexander McQueen - Carlisle
McQueen had a trial with Nottingham Forest but instead moved to Carlisle United, signing a one year deal.
The full-back has a real chance to impress later this month when his new side travel to Anfield to take on Liverpool in the Capital One Cup.
Aaron McEneff - Derry City
Aaron McEneff had trials with Forest and Sheffield Wednesday, but he instead resigned with Irish side Derry City.
Brad Friedel - Retired
After turning 44 in May, Brad Friedel made the decision to hang up his gloves, ending a four-year spell with Tottenham.
He is now the club's ambassador in the US, but is also taking up a new career as a television analyst.