Loyalty is definitely one of those things in the world that cannot be bought with money.
With players and managers wanting instant success and bigger paychecks, clubs have had to sit back helplessly as super agents brokered their clients into fancier deals elsewhere.
The trend is especially worrying for English clubs, with the riches and glory on offer at other big European clubs often tempting away the best talents from the Premier League on numerous occasions in the past.
But Spurs have somewhat gone against this trend and according to a recently conducted study, the Lilywhites rank first in England in terms of holding onto their star men.
While Spurs have seen the likes of Luka Modric, Gareth Bale and more recently Kyle Walker moving to other clubs in pursuit of trophies, they have largely been successful in keeping hold of their players with Harry Kane, Toby Alderweireld and Dele Alli all staying put despite the constant speculation linking them to top clubs across Europe.
Check out the results from the study here :
Mauricio Pochettino and chairman Daniel Levy has definitely managed to inspire loyalty from their squad and will now be looking to translate the stability in the dressing room into trophies in the near future.