So £30 million doesn’t even buy you a left foot anymore?

Like many other Tottenham fans, I was highly skeptical when Tottenham shelled out a whopping £30 million on Moussa Sissoko over the summer.

Mauricio Pochettino had been vocal in the off-season over his desire to land a dynamic wideman that would add pace, penetration and a Plan B to the Spurs ranks.

Having seen Sissoko play in the flesh for France a couple of times at Euro 2016, the potential of the former Newcastle United midfielder is certainly there.

As seen when he came off the bench at Old Trafford last weekend, the powerful winger can beat opponents, has pace to burn and can be incisive.

However, where is his left foot???

Against Hull I watched Sissoko closely and just about every touch of the ball he had was with his favoured right foot.

The France international’s reluctance to use his left foot was showcased early in the game when he was put through on goal by Dele Alli.

With a defender closing him down and the ball on his left side, Sissoko was forced to shoot with his weaker foot – with the outcome tame.

The verdict is still out on him and the role he will play in Tottenham’s quest to achieve ongoing objectives.

But for £30 million – should Sissoko be able to use both feet?