Jose Mourinho has hinted he could start Dele Alli and Gareth Bale in the same Tottenham team as Harry Kane and Son Heung-min.
The prospect of those four attacking stars being regulars for Spurs this season appeared remote in the first half of the season.
While Son and Kane thrived, Alli and Bale struggled with their fitness and fell out of favour with Mourinho amid intense speculation over their Spurs futures.
Alli and Bale have been revitalised over recent weeks and all four players were on the pitch with Lucas Moura as Tottenham almost staged a late Premier League comeback in the loss at West Ham last week.
Asked about fans wanting all four to play together, Mourinho told reporters: "Do you give me four names or 11? Do you want to give the other seven? I do the other seven and you do the four!
"You could see against West Ham, it was not from the start of the game, but for 20 minutes or so, we had Bale, Lucas, Dele, Harry, Sonny. So you had it.
"We didn't turn the result around or score to win that game, but we could leave the game with positive feelings.
"They played well, the interaction was good, we create chances. All of them, they had their ball to score their goal, it was positive.
"When they are in top form, and when they are fit, and when they are ready to play matches, it is never a problem for good players to play together.
"Since the beginning of the season I'm saying that, and I don't forget Gio [Lo Celso], because he is out for two or three months or whatever, I don't forget him, because he also belongs to that quality of the creative players, as well as Tanguy [Ndombele].
"We could even speak about [Erik] Lamela, [Steven] Bergwijn - we have players with these qualities."
Alli was the star of the show on Thursday, scoring a spectacular goal and adding two assists as Spurs thumped Wolfsberger 4-0 in the second leg of their last-32 tie.
Mourinho believes the England international has come through a testing time and feels better after every outing.
"In relation to Dele, when you have players performing like he did, it's easier for the team to play well and when the team plays well it's easier for players to perform well individually," Mourinho said ahead of Sunday's home Premier League match against Burnley.
"I'm happy with him. Difficult period. Sometimes small injuries in accumulation are more difficult than a big injury where after a few weeks or months you are back.
"Small injuries are mentally not good, players getting disappointed, lack of motivation, frustration. He went through all that.
"He came back. We had good conversations, training well, playing minutes or part of matches. Not yet a 90-minute match but he went through periods and basically now 75 or 80 minutes.
"Condition also improving. His feelings after matches always is better. In the first match in Budapest, he played 60 minutes or something like that and he [was] super, super tired after the game.
"This time he played more and two days later he's good."
Tottenham's struggles with injuries have taken a positive turn ahead of the clash with Burnley.
Ninth-placed Spurs are in desperate need of a run of results against Sean Dyche's team, Fulham and Crystal Palace over the next week.
Spurs have lost five of their last six Premier League games, more than they had in their previous 28 in the competition.
Since winning against Arsenal in December, Mourinho's men have taken just 12 points from 13 top-flight games – only strugglers Newcastle United, Sheffield United and West Brom have taken fewer in that span.
Mourinho said: "Now it never stops so we need everybody and, in the particular case of Dele Alli, I'm very happy.
"We need him and we need them all. In a long, long time, we didn't have every player on the pitch and today we did have it - that is great news for us because we have so many matches."