Tottenham Hotspur's failure to add a striker - or any senior player at all - in the transfer window became a big talking point after the deadline.
Harry Kane netted twice, underlining his importance to the team, now with 14 goals in his last 15 appearances.
Yet the fear of how Tottenham may get on if he gets injured is genuine, and the fact they did not sign an extra striker may yet come back to haunt them during the run in.
Chairman Daniel Levy copped plenty of flak accordingly via Twitter, which we at HITC reported presenting opinions from fans for and against him.
We also put out a simple poll, asking supporters either do you (a) back Levy or (b) should he resign? And the response was overwhelming.
More than 1,200 supporters responded, with just 20 per cent voting Levy should resign, with 80 per cent in his favour.
Whether this is a direct reflection of his transfer market activity or not, in general supporters appear happy with how Levy is running the club, and while they remain in the title hunt, this is likely to continue.