Steve Perryman, Jimmy Greaves, Pat Jennings, Bill Nicholson and Ricky Villa have made it into the FA's shortlist and are in with a chance of making the final cut.
You may also be interested to know that Gary Stevens, Ray Clemence, Chris Waddle, Terry Venables and Gary Lineker - further heroes connected with Spurs - have been nominated by other clubs and have also reached the shortlist.
At the start of the year in this, the 125th season of FA Cup competition, the FA's search began to find the all-time FA Cup Team of Heroes.
The FA asked the 92 Premier League and Football League clubs and the top 33 non-league clubs in The FA Cup who their five Cup heroes were and then narrowed down the list of 625 to 100 players and 25 managers.
Now it's up to the fans.
The final Team of Heroes will come from the most selected players and manager, and the player with the most star ratings will be crowned The FA Cup all-time Hero and the FA will be unveiling this special side, by position, in the week leading up to this season's FA Cup Final on 13 May.
For every fan who takes part in this historic search the prize on offer is massive. It includes two tickets to this year's FA Cup Final and the chance to unveil a special plaque at the new Wembley Stadium in honour of the Official FA Cup Team of Heroes and meet some of the stars.
Vote for your all-time FA Cup Team of Heroes byCLICKING HERE...
Monday is the deadline to vote for the FA's all-time team of FA Cup Heroes - don't forget to vote for your Spurs heroes!