By now, Tottenham supporters will know Daniel Levy quite well.
The businessman has been the chairman for the Spurs for just over a decade.
While his tenure at the club has seen a period of success, what with their highest finishes in the Premier League era and a first berth in the Champions League, Levy has also inspired frustration in fans.
Levy has consistently approached the club from a business standpoint, selling players when the club is offered more than his determined value and making buys for as cheap as possible. The approach is not exactly the recipe for exciting new lineups and has sometimes become a detriment to the club's on-field success.
Still, the chairman has done quite well for Tottenham.
With an extremely important transfer window fast approaching, fans will hope he will be able to sign some top talent relatively cheaply.
With that in mind, here are Daniel Levy's five best transfer signings in his tenure at White Hart Lane.
Over the past year, Tottenham has made a few signings that could very well become important members of this list.
Last summer, the Spurs spent £10 million on Jan Vertonghen. This season, the Belgian established himself as a top Premier League defender and could be a fixture at the club for years to come.
This January, Levy somehow bartered Schalke down to £1.5 million for Lewis Holtby, who has the potential to become a fine midfielder.
Bigger money was spent on Gylfi Sigurdsson, Moussa Dembele and Hugo Lloris, but each has a good opportunity to contribute enough to warrant being labeled a bargain.
When West Ham failed to secure promotion back to the Premier League in the 2003-04 season, Michael Carrick's time at the club had clearly run its course.
Despite interest from numerous Premier League clubs, Tottenham was able to secure the Englishman's signature for a mere £3.5 million price tag.
Carrick quickly established himself as a first-choice midfielder under manager Martin Jol and led the Premier League in assists in his second and final season.
While Carrick's time at White Hart Lane was short, the fact that the Spurs were able to sell him off for £18.6 million, giving them a profit of just over £15 million over a two-year period, makes his transfer quite the coup.
If nothing else, Dimitar Berbatov is a player who made Tottenham quite a profit.
After two seasons and 46 goals, they were able to sell him on to Manchester United for just about triple the price.
While Levy will always be criticized for selling Berbatov, it is hard to question his decision to sign the Bulgarian.
While Dawson has had his injury struggles throughout his time at White Hart Lane, the Englishman was a key man in earning the Spurs their first Champions League berth in club history.
Eight years on, Dawson is a solid starter and captain for the club.
When Leeds United finished mid-table in the Championship in the 2004-05 season, the club began offloading some of their top talent.
Amongst these players was a potential talent in 18-year-old Aaron Lennon, whom they sold to Tottenham for just £1 million.
Since then, the winger has been a fixture for the Spurs, appearing in 229 Premier League matches.
Lennon was key in the club's first Champions League season, famously setting up the only goal in their Round of 16 tie with AC Milan.
While Lennon has had some trouble with injuries, there is little doubt that his speed and talent has brought much more to the club than one would expect to get from his price tag.
While Gareth Bale's 2007 transfer to Tottenham from Southampton for £7 million was not the biggest steal for a player in the Championship, there is little doubt that the Welshman soon proved much more valuable than that tag.
Despite struggling a bit through his first few seasons, Bale has since made good on his potential.
His breakout performances came in the Spurs' first Champions League season, where he scored a hat trick and provided two amazing assists in a pair of matches with reigning champions Inter Milan.
This season, though, Bale reached a whole new level, scoring beautiful goal after beautiful goal in carrying Tottenham to their highest Premier League point tally.
The 23-year-old has now established himself as one of the most valuable assets in the world and is being valued at almost unthinkable prices.
Talk about a return on Daniel Levy's investment.
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