Robbie Keane: A great season and someone who is growing as a player and a personality. His influence on the team is getting bigger and bigger. Robbie is one we don't just see as a goalscorer. He's a great link-up player, positionally he's good and sometimes in games when Jermain Defoe has played, Robbie's come in on the left-hand side and done well there. He's very adaptable and to be a player like that and still score the goals he's scored says a lot about him.
Mido: Unfortunate that he missed periods through injury. There is no doubt he's a good player, he's shown that and the ideal one of four strikers. We're fortunate because they are all different strikers and Mido gives us something different.
Radek Cerny: Mr Reliable again. You don't want your second-choice keeper to play a lot of games because one, that means your first-choice keeper is fit and two, your first-choice keeper is doing well. As a second-choice keeper you always have to be there and that's where Radek always is. He's popular because he trains well and whenever the lads want to do a little extra shooting, he's there for them. As a squad member, excellent.
Danny Murphy: Whenever he came in he did well. He wouldn't have played the amount of games he would have liked but another player who has trained well and made himself available on every occasion. It's just been a management choice that's he's not played the games he would have liked. A valuable member of the squad.
Chris Hughton pens his end of term reports looking back on the performances over the squad over season 2006-07...