Tottenham are yet to sign any players this transfer window and frustration is growing.
Tottenham Hotspur supporters are growing increasingly agitated at the club's failure to sign any players so far this transfer window.
They are the only Premier League team not to sign anybody, and even the head coach and players have been talking this week about the need to add new faces.
Rivals are breaking their own transfer records, and Spurs are left looking back at past transfer window glories.
The club posted a message on Twitter yesterday celebrating the three year anniversary of the signing of Eric Dier.
It was a true bargain, with Dier now valued at approximately 20 times the price Tottenham paid to sign him from Sporting Club de Portugal.
Even a video being included of his memorable debut winner against West Ham could not cheer supporters up.
Supporters responded to express their anger at the timing of the message and perceived lack of sensitivity considering their failure to sign anybody this summer.
Maybe this will make you realise that buying players makes the team better— Mark (@markwools) August 2, 2017
So cause we're not making any signings we'll start talking about previous signings. That won't wind the fans up much.— daniel (@DTBrown194) August 2, 2017
At this moment no one gives a monkey's. We need to make some signings now!— Paul (@paulyboym1) August 2, 2017
When you don't have any new players to be announced.— M. Radzi™ (@Radzi2805) August 2, 2017
stop going on about this and maybe sign a player now— Kieran Kirschner (@kkirschy23) August 2, 2017
Please spare a thoughts for us, we wanted to see new singings not past history, we aint loserpool— kelvin (@ahleongah) August 2, 2017
on this day and every other day since season ended we signed No One— sam (@Biggysam87) August 2, 2017
It's lucky Tottenham have such a fantastic squad of players already otherwise there would be even more outcry, but if they want to keep their top talent invested, they need to show ambition.
More signings like Eric Dier would be a dream, but right now the concern is that the club are being too picky rather than being willing to take chances like they did three years ago.