Former Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp feels they can sustain challenges in the Premier League and Champions League.
With signs to suggest the club's new signings are settling in well, Redknapp is adamant Spurs will improve further - particularly when the driving force of Mousa Dembele returns to the fold now that his six-match ban has been served.
“[Victor] Wanyama is a good signing he gives them a lot of strength and power," Redknapp told the London Evening Standard.
"[Moussa] Sissoko will be a good acquisition because they've got lots of games with the Champions League, and hopefully Janssen will be a success - but I still think he'll [Pochettino] play with Dele Alli in behind Kane - that's the proven partnership.
“They had an awful lot of players away [at the Euros] but I think they'll settle down and be a real force again.
“But they miss Dembele still. When he's fit and playing he opens the door - he's a fantastic footballer. He's been a big miss early on."