Tottenham Hotspur went on a very efficient spending spree during the summer that saw them bring in a plethora of superstars.
With their squad stacked for the next three months, it will be hard to imagine if manager Andre Villas-Boas has to go out in the January transfer window and bring in more new signings.
If he does have to go out on the market to shop again, here is a list five potential targets for the North London club.
The appropriately named Brazilian forward Hulk played for Andre Villas-Boas when the two were at Porto.
While AVB left for the English Premier League for a short-lived tenure at Chelsea before joining Spurs, Hulk headed to Eastern Europe to play for Russian club Zenit St. Petersburg.
The 27-year-old has had a tumultuous time in Russia since his move to Zenit last summer, and according a report by Metro, Spurs were looking at a potential loan move for the forward before the closure of the summer transfer window on September 3.
If Spurs are looking for just a loan move for Hulk, then there may not be a good chance of the player leaving Russia for England in January.
However, if a permanent deal has the potential to be reached, look for AVB to try and add the physically strong Brazilian to his squad.
If AVB wants to bring in a forward to bolster his squad in January, he could turn in a younger direction and go after Chelsea's Islam Feruz.
Feruz brings a completely different skill set to the table than Hulk as he stands at a meager 5'4", which would make current Spurs winger Aaron Lennon actually taller than one of his teammates.
The Scotland Under-21 international is a highly touted prospect that may not be able to contribute immediately, but he certainly could provide a spark to the club in the long-term future.
One of the most unexpected pairings of the January transfer window could come from a forward desperate for playing time before the 2014 FIFA World Cup and a club looking for extra depth at the forward position.
Manchester United forward Javier Hernandez has seen little playing time for the Red Devils this season, and he must be wanting to play sometime during the season to make the Mexico roster for the World Cup, that is if El Tri qualify.
With just Roberto Soldado and Jermain Defoe topping the depth chart and Emmanuel Adebayor wasting his time away on the bench, Villas-Boas could use an additional forward, especially when the fixture list ramps up later in the season.
If the interest is still there in January and Hernandez is still not getting any playing time, the move could be perfect for all parties involved.
It has been a few years now since a member of the Ince family was a part of the English Premier League.
Tottenham could break that drought by bringing Tom Ince, the son of former Manchester United player and Blackburn manager Paul, to White Hart Lane.
The Blackpool winger has attracted plenty of interest from EPL clubs in recent years, but he is still playing in the Championship for the Seasiders.
Just like some of the other names on this list, Ince was linked with a move to Tottenham during the end of the summer window, according to Neil Ashton of the Daily Mail.
Adding Ince to the fold would give AVB another young talent to develop for years to come, and it would bring in a player that could potentially make an impact late in the season off of the bench.
Enough with the attacking players, it is time to look at a potential defensive-minded January target for Spurs.
The same report mentions that Corchia has not ruled out a move away from the Ligue 1 club during the first transfer window of 2014.
Spurs could see competition for Corchia in the form of North London rival Arsenal as well as French giants Lyon and Marseille.
One thing that could go against a move for Corchia is his position—right-back—where Spurs currently employ the consistent Kyle Walker.
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