Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp is targeting three players in this summers' transfer market as he aims to restore the club's former glory.
Redknapp has been a revelation at White Hart Lane since replacing the sacked Juande Ramos last October, bringing the club out of a relegation battle and into contention for European football.
The FA Cup winning boss is a man of tradition and pointed to Spurs' illustrious list of former players as a motive for where he wants to bring the club.
"This is a huge club, a great club and it should be up there competing with and pushing the very best," Redknapp told The News of the World. "The potential here is tremendous and I have got big ambitions.
"There have been some unbelievable players here down the years, some great names. Jimmy Greaves, Alan Gilzean, Glenn Hoddle, Gary Lineker, Gazza, it was always a wonderful club like that."
The Londoner added to his squad in January but believes he needs a further £30million to capture the unnamed targets he feels are necessary in order to challenge for honours.
"I really want to try to get this club back to how it was, put us back to where we think we should be," he said.
"And if i can get the three players I want in the summer I think we will have a terrific team that can really push on next season.
"I reckon it will take £30milllion to get them and I'll have to balance the books by selling four or more.
"But we have a good squad that can become a terrific squad with the right additions. So while it might be the end of the season, there's still a definite buzz around the place.
"We are building a new stadium, a new training ground, so the club is on the move. And this team can get better and better."