Tottenham Hotspur added nearly £50 million worth of players in the summer of 2015.
Heung-Min Son's reported £22 million fee from Bayer Leverkusen made up the largest single piece of that outlay, while Toby Alderweireld joined from Atletico Madrid for a significant £11.5 million.
Clinton Njie moved from Lyon, Kieran Trippier jumped across from relegated Burnley and Kevin Wimmer was recruited from the Bundesliga's Cologne.
It was a relatively busy transfer window for Spurs, but only Son and Alderweireld were realistically expected to influence the first team this season.
Head coach Mauricio Pochettino can be pleased with a good summer where his team was upgraded in defence, midfield and attack without breaking the budget.
After 25 Premier League games, it is time to assess which players have succeeded and which ones still need time to show their best for Spurs.
Dele Alli also arrived with the team for the first time over the summer, but he was a January 2015 signing and so is not eligible for this list. Suffice to say, he'd have earned a top grade.