Spurs transfer window 2015: positives despite Berahino regrets

Mauricio Pochettino will be pleased with the players he brought in, provided Harry Kane can find his scoring boots

Saido Berahino
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Spurs failed with their last ditch effort to land Saido Berhaino on transfer deadline day, but Mauricio Pochettino will not be too downhearted after the transfer window closed - provided Harry Kane can prove that he was not an one season wonder and Eric Dier can adapt to a midfield role.

"Pochettino's main priority was to strengthen his defence and he did that early in the window, but a central midfielder and striker proved to be elusive," says the Daily Telegraph. However, the arrival of Son Heung-min does provide Spurs with some extra firepower, and the Lilywhites did manage to offload much of the club's dead wood, although Emmanuel Adebayor is still hanging around White Hart Lane like a bad smell.

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