Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino
Spurs players enjoyed more game time at Euro 2016 than players from any other Premier League team, according to a Press Association survey cited by football.co.uk.
The survey found that the combined minutes of Tottenham players at the tournament was 3,544 - 919 more than second-placed Arsenal.
England's Harry Kane in action
11 Spurs players featured in France, with nine starting in at least three games and a total of 38 starts achieved across the group.
Mauricio Pochettino is renowned for his ability to improve players and he has continued that at Spurs, bringing a number of his squad into international consideration.
England's Kyle Walker shoots
Under his reign, Kyle Walker and Danny Rose have established themselves as England’s first-choice fullbacks after stagnating previously.
Eric Dier has arrived from nowhere to become one of the first names on the Three Lions’ teamsheet, in a newly-developed holding midfield role, while midfield partner Dele Alli has been allowed to flourish after his move from League One – becoming one of the most promising young talents in the game.
England's Eric Dier and Dele Alli during training
Harry Kane has been entrusted to lead the line for Spurs and has enjoyed a great return in front of goal, claiming the Premier League golden boot last season and breaking into the England team in the process.
Mousa Dembele has returned to the top of his game after underwhelming for much of his Spurs career and this has been recognised by Marc Wilmots with his return to the international fold recently.
Pochettino’s reputation is vital in attracting new talent and the best young players around will feel like moving to White Hart Lane will provide every opportunity for growth and recognition on the highest stage.