Our first 11 looks really strong, and the fringe players have put in a few good performances in the cup so we're in a position we couldnt have imagined last season.
But let's not forget what we're up against. Squads on paper:
The shite and City will have the top 2 sewn up again.
Then the next tier of quality down there's United, Chelsea, Spurs & Arsenal (purely because of Aubameyang).
Then after that theres Leicester, Wolves and, in my opinion, us.
Spurs seem in a bad place, but they have Kane, Son, have just signed Bale and have 39 midfielders.
United have a very good squad, although they're suspect defensively and Ole is shite.
Chelsea have quality all over the pitch, but Lampard is still cutting his teeth.
Wolves and Leicester looked excellent last season, aside from Leicester implosion towards the end, so it's not easy to even get Europa league.
Realistically, if we continue with this momentum and sure up at the back then I think we have a big chance of a cup.
In the league though, all things considered:
That's where I rate the top 8 this year on current showings and signings.