Harry Kane #10 of Tottenham Hotspur takes the ball as Hector Moreno #15 of Roma defends during the International Champions Cup on July 25, 2017 at Red Bull Arena  in Harrison, New Jersey.

Arsenal and Chelsea fans are having a field day after Tottenham announced a DVD of last season will go on sale.

Last season saw another tremendous effort from Tottenham Hotspur as they finished in their highest ever position in the Premier League.

Ultimately though second place saw them finish without a trophy, as they ended up falling short in cup competitions too.

Georges-Kevin N'Koudou of Tottenham Hotspur helps Harry Kane of Tottenham to his feet during the UEFA Champions League match between Tottenham Hotspur FC and PFC CSKA Moskva at Wembley...

Rivals Chelsea won the Premier League and Chelsea the FA Cup, and so Tottenham announcing yesterday that they will be releasing a DVD of last season's efforts prompted reason for opposition fans to have a dig.

 

The dig is that Tottenham are over-celebrating falling short, when they should be more upset in the old adage 'second is nowhere'.

 

 

 

 

 

Tottenham fans themselves were not particularly amused, especially given the way the message began 'We can confirm...', leading to hope a more exciting transfer announcement was set to be made.

 

 

 

 

 

After such an impressive 2016/17 campaign, Tottenham's ambition has been called into question.

They have not signed any players, and have sold first team regular Kyle Walker to title rivals Manchester City.

Paul Pogba #6 of Manchester United holds off Kyle Walker #2 of Manchester City at NRG Stadium on July 20, 2017 in Houston, Texas.

Supporters want to see a big push to move forward and not just being content with where they are.

Had they made a few big name additions already, their DVD message would likely not have been received in such a frustrated tone by fans.

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