It would be a close one between Davies and Jamie. Simon down the right linking up with Carr has been a joy to watch, while Redknapp has been a different class. I don't think it was a coincidence that our slump came at a time when he was out of the team. Why on earth is Rebrov not starting alongside Keane I don't know, but a what a waste of his talent and experience! C'mon, it's time to see if a Keane-Rebrov partnership will bring back the long-overdue glory to WHL.
Niall Dunwoody: Dean Richards has been excellent. Redknapp looks a great signing and Keano will definitely be a success. Etherington gives the side real balance, but he must improve his crossing if he is to make a real impact.
Dan Taborda: By far Kasey Keller has been the most consistent performer for Tottenham keeping us in match after match. But we can't overlook the efforts of everyone else this season. Steffen Freund has been superb, giving 110% in every match and Simon Davies has also been brilliant. The list goes on and on but they all now need to perform on a more consistent basis if we are to compete for Europe.
Paul Seymour: Super Simon Davies has been the best player by far not just for us also for his country. Robbie needs Sergei up front with him as Teddys looking a bit slow even though the brains still working over load, but I think with Dazza's injuries have final taking there toll he never wants to go in for 50 - 50 tackles. WONDER Redknapp and Poyet in the middle with Davies and Etherinton on the wings, Even Real Madrid would like that!
Brett Hone: Keller..... If it wasn't for this man, We wouldn't have half the points we have, We would be a lot further down the league. So Keller, just keep doing what your doing mate!!!
Rhys Morgan: Has to be Simon Davies so far - Jamie Redknapp was a good signing but is yet to return to his former self! Hopefully Sir Hoddle will sign a new midfeilder such as Lee Boywer during the January transfer window, and maybe go for someone like Bobby Zamora - as we have wasted Sergi's talents and Stefan is not playing like he can - give Rebrov and Keane a chance with Teddy behind them in Midfield!
Mark Burrows: Simon Davies has got to be SPURS' best player this season. He produces quality skills at club and international level. Providing team mates with great chances (not always taken) and leaves his marker half way down the pitch. On a more serious note: spurs this season haven't produced the goods to be a top premiership side. A good start followed by? As always spurs flop after the first few months. A great and easy chance of silverware was thrown away because of a poor performance at Burnley. Spurs now need to concerntrate on getting back to thier winning ways and try for the FA Cup or The Premiership (hopefully).
Tony Keegan: It deffently must go to Kasey in goals. He has been outstanding maybe the best in the premership this season. We can trust him between the posts. However I would like to see Keano and Rebrov up front for a while they will terrify defences with there trickery and pace. Keep it going lads we have falling off in the last few weeks but I'm confident we can pick it up again.
Joel Chua: I think it will be Jamie Redknapp. But I would also like to stress that the Davies, Etherington & Keller did perform than what most will have expected or wanted. However we need to buck up! Come on U spurs
Jason Stone: We've got so many good players who've showed their mettle this season so far that's it's gonna be tough to say but I think Redknapp has been excellent. Saying that, I think if Rebrov had been given the chances he truly deserves it could've been him or Keane as Robbie needs another lightning fast player up front with him with Teddy/Gus playing just behind the two of them - now that would be dynamite!
David Hughes: I think simon Davies has been outstanding so far this season and I am sure he will continue to shine. I also feel Ledley Kking deserves a mention for his excellent performance throught out the Arsenal. I would also like to say Sergei Rebrov is an outstanding player, I saw him at Portsmouth during a friendly it's a shame he hasnt been given more of a chance! Get him off the transfer list and on the pitch were he belongs!
Ben Ward: Deano Richards has been a rock at the back of the defence this season and without him their the team seem different. Go on keano grab us a few goals and put us back where we belong (ahead of the gunners).
Richard Hills: Simon Davies is showing this season how much he has matured, he's a class player with a great touch, loads of skill, pace and an eye for goal. Redknapp has been probably the best signing of the season, of any premiership club. Also Keller definitely needs a mention, he's been a rock. Please Glenn listen to the fans and give Rebrov a real chance this season! He's could potentially be the best player at the club.
Debbie Keeley: Simon Davies. Not only been a a delight to watch, but does the job well. The World-Class International has shown his true talent and form throughout this season, especially with the likes of Carr on the right. Glenn Hoddle's Blue and White Army!!!
Clive Medcalf: Their is no doubt that Robbie Keane is brilliant and can score spectacular goals from anywhere, but my choice would be Jamie Redknapp. It is great to see him fully fit and must be on the cards that an England recall is imminent.
Rachel Thomas: Simon Davies all the way! He's been on fire for club and country and he's been really down to earth about the success and attention as well. Matty Etherington, Keano and Jamie have been class too but Simon has been just outstanding - he gets the goals to cap outstanding performances. Oh and Etherington for England!
Luis Garcia: I think with the amount of money that we payed for Rebrov he should play more often. Give him a chance and he will score!! Player of the season... I would have to go for Teddy. He is a great man. You can see him ordering the squad around and giving them confidence when needed. Great role model for the youngsters. Just concentrate on him when spurs are playing and you will know what I mean.