This season has marked the emergence of numerous Tottenham Hotspur midfielders, as well as marking perhaps the end of others’ first team careers.
The winners of the 2018/19 campaign so far have undoubtedly been Moussa Sissoko and Harry Winks, with both men making leaps and bounds in their respective games.
Sissoko, previously labelled as a flop, has transformed into one of the first names on the team sheets, and seems instrumental in every good Spurs performance.
Harry Winks came back from a nasty injury at the beginning of the season, something that can hamper some players for the rest of their careers.
However, the young England man seems to have returned with even more skill, power, and physical ability than before, and is starting to look like the complete midfielder that both England and Spurs have been craving.
With Mousa Dembele out injured until the new year, and his contract up at the end of the season, perhaps it is time to usher in a new generation of players.
Victor Wanyama also seems as if he is set for an exit in the not-so distant future, as he has failed to break back into the starting eleven consistently.
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It isn’t clear what Poch and Levy will do as of yet, but in my mind, the likes of Winks, Sissoko, and Dier have all earned the right to be regular starters this season.