Mauricio Pochettino's team have thrived in recent years, but still have no silverware.
Tottenham's Danny Rose celebrates after Manchester City's Aleksandar Kolarov scores an own goal and the first for Tottenham
The last two Premier League seasons have seen one team dominate by changing the way in which they play their game, to an unstoppable tactic.
Leicester City’s pacey counter attacking football won them the title in 2015-16 whilst Chelsea’s 3-4-3 formation under Antonio Conte stunned the Premier League as they romped home with the title this term.
But both teams struggled in their reverse seasons - so over the course of the two campaigns, who has been the best team in terms of points total.
Tottenham's Dele Alli in action as Tottenham fans wave flags
Tottenham Hotspur fans can enjoy this:
Tottenham = 156
Arsenal = 146
Man City = 144
Chelsea = 143
Liverpool = 136
Man United = 135
Tottenham fans run on to the pitch to celebrate with Tottenham's Jan Vertonghen after the match
Tottenham picked up 70 points in 2015-16 as their title race fell away but finished on 86 last season, which would often win a team the title. That is a combined total of 156 points.
The nearest team to them are local rivals Arsenal, but they are 10 points behind on 146 points.
Manchester City, Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester United round off a top-six.
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino during training
But Tottenham fans are still craving some silverware under Mauricio Pochettino’s excellent regime.
Over the past two seasons there is no doubt that Spurs have been the most consistently impressive team in England. Now, silverware is needed.