2016/17 is the last season Tottenham will play their home games at White Hart Lane with the construction of a beautiful new stadium well under way.
The ground, which is yet to be officially named, will nearly double their current capacity and will serve as perhaps the benchmark for stadiums in England. Yes, it may even eclipse Arsenal's home, the Emirates.
On Thursday, their official Twitter account posted some images on the progression of the project.
Due to the hefty construction work required so near to their current home, Spurs will have to play their home fixtures at Wembley next season.
However, these fresh images make for good viewing with the new ground looking fairly impressive, even in its early stages.
Mauricio Pochettino's side have been on the rise in the last few seasons and it only seems natural that they should have a brilliant new stadium to accommodate their talented young squad.
Things are looking mighty fine for Daniel Levy's north London outfit and an FA Cup trophy and a place in next season's Champions League would make it even better.