The winds of change have blown through North London, and no one could be happier than Spurs fans.
It's the best summer transfer window in recent years for Tottenham.
They've re-signed their franchise player in Gareth Bale, found a replacement for centre-back Ledley King in Jan Vertonghen, look to have their attacking midfielder of the future in Icelandic wonderboy Gylfi Sigurdsson and the centre-forward situation seems to be taken care of with an agreement for striker Emmaunel Adebayor.
But it's not just players that are changing uniforms. Andre Villas-Boas was unveiled as Tottenham's newest manager two weeks ago and already he's been a breath of fresh air in an otherwise stagnant situation left behind by Harry Redknapp.
There's quite a bit that separates Villas-Boas from his predecessor Redknapp, and it should all be encouraging to Spurs fans. What are those differences?
Join me as I give you the five things Andre Villas-Boas brings to White Hart Lane as Tottenham's newest manager.