Young midfielder Dele Alli excelled in 2015-16 - his first season in the top flight.
A highly-rated starlet who joined us from MK Dons in February, 2015, before returning there to complete the 2014-15 League One campaign, Dele made his Spurs debut off the bench at Manchester United on the opening day of the 2015-16 season and headed home his first goal for us a fortnight later in a 1-1 draw at Leicester City.
Having played in a deeper midfield role, he sparkled in attack as the season progressed and scored Match of the Day's Goal of the Season with a tremendous flick, turn and volley in a 3-1 victory at Crystal Palace in January, 2016.
He finished the campaign with a total of 10 Premier League goals and 46 appearances in all competitions to his name, was named PFA Young Player of the Year and earned a spot in the PFA Premier League Team of the Year.
In October, 2015, Dele made his senior England debut against Estonia in a Euro 2016 qualifier and the following month he rifled home a stunning long-range goal to open his Three Lions account in a friendly match against France at Wembley - beating Spurs team-mate Hugo Lloris between the sticks for Les Bleus. He subsequently appeared in all four of England's matches at Euro 2016.
Previously he had been capped by England at Under-17, Under-18, Under- 19 and Under-21 levels.
Back in 2014-15 with MK Dons, Dele enjoyed an outstanding season with 16 goals in 39 appearances in League One as MK were promoted automatically into the Championship as runners-up behind Bristol City.
His performances were recognised with a place in the PFA's League One Team of the Season and he was voted the Football League's Young Player of the Season.
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