Tottenham Hotspur have two of the most highly sought-after players in Europe amongst their ranks.
Spurs ace Dele Alli spoke exclusively to Sky Sports, and raved about the ability of teammate Harry Kane, labelling the 24-year-old hitman as 'unbelievable'.
The England international has been sensational for Tottenham this season, scoring 24 goals in 25 appearances in all competitions thus far, and he has firmly established himself as one of the continent's most prolific strikers.
Unfortunately for the Lilywhites, his fine form has not gone unnoticed, with some of Europe's superpowers thought to be closely monitoring his progress.
For now, though, he is still very much a Spurs player, and with him in the side, Mauricio Pochettino's men are genuinely capable of achieving anything.
Kane isn't their only threat of course.
Dele Alli has struggled this term, but is slowly showing signs of returning to his best, and on his day, he is a real talent.
He spoke to Sky Sports last night, and praised his teammate Harry Kane for his role in Tottenham's second goal against Swansea City on Tuesday:
"I saw the space and the defenders shift over. I was waiting for Harry Kane to look at me! Technically he's an unbelievable player so I knew when he did see me, the ball was going to come to me. My legs were really tired but it was important I got the shot away."
Next up for Spurs is a home game against West Ham in the Premier League tonight, and Pochettino's men will be looking to close the gap on fourth placed Liverpool to just a single point with a victory, and in doing so, see their festive period out with a bang.