THERE are no wrong answers. Only opinions. And every Spurs fan has their own cast list of heroes.
You can only really choose, though, the players you have seen.
That means, in selecting the best Spurs XI of my life, possibly half of the players who would walk into some all-time teams cannot even be considered.
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I first went to the Lane in 1972. So, no Ron Burgess or Len Duquemin.
No Brown, Blanchflower, Norman, Mackay, White, Smith or Greaves, the greatest finisher in the history of English football, either.
Even then, there are a few I'd have wanted to include.
Apologies, then, to Mike England, Gary Mabbutt, Ossie Ardiles, Ricky Villa, David Ginola, Teddy Sheringham, Jurgen Klinsmann and most of Mauricio Pochettino's current side...
And all the others I've had to leave out.
I've gone for a 4-1-3-2 formation. It's a little bit open. But we are talking about Spurs, remember...
HANDS as big as buckets, a calming presence and just about the only man as popular among Arsenal fans as he is with Tottenham supporters.
Instinctive shot-stopper too, and narrowly edged out Ray Clemence and Hugo Lloris.
Steve Perryman (captain)
There weren't too many positions Perryman did not fill in a Spurs shirt and I simply had to have him in.
So, right-back it is, which means plenty miss out.
BELGIAN stopper has transformed Spurs from a side that paid lip-service to the concept of defensive solidity into the Premier League's mean machine.
A NATURAL Rolls Royce of a centre-half, who filled the void left by Sol Campbell's bitter exit and gave hope to starving, desperate supporters.
If only he had been fitter, for longer.
THE first left-back I saw at Spurs and for 30 years the one who all his successors were judged against.
Quality left peg made him outstanding at both ends. Tragically taken far too young. Nice one, Cyril.
SO many flair players but you need an anchor too.
Ardiles, with his nimble feet was a contender but the Belgian had such a fusion of power, strength, purpose and dexterity that I give him the nod, even if it's not his entirely natural role.
CHEMISTRY means so much and watching Waddle take up the ball, link with his team-mates and look to hurt any opponent was a true joy.
Scored some absolute belters, too. He loved his time at The Lane.
FOR fans of my vintage, the King.
The greatest passer we ever saw, a player who you knew would show you something incredible every week.
And with a shot like thunder from both feet. How did he only earn 53 caps?
FLAWED, yes. Troubled too. But a football genius, simple as that.
If he had not been flogged to help keep the club alive, if he had not been so hyper, who knows what Spurs and England could have achieved.
HUNTING for a second striker is not easy.
Alan Gilzean, Nick Barney, Sheringham and others will have their supporters but watching Dele's
development over the past two seasons has been a true joy.
He has so much more to give as well.
ANOTHER tough choice. It means no place for Klinsmann, Lineker, Sheringham, Defoe or Chivers.
But Kane has something else, that genuine love for the club, that means the bond is as tight with him as it was with Perryman and Hoddle.
He's prolific, capable of scoring from 25 yards or 25 inches, with either foot. Pretty good in the air
More crucially, and unquestionably, he's one of our own.