That’s according to player turned pundit Tony Cascarino who reckons the Frenchman isn’t a patch of the Chelsea and Manchester United stars.
Spurs slumped to a 2-1 defeat against the Blues at Wembley on Sunday.
And Cascarino reckons Lloris – who was at fault for Chelsea’s second gaol – was well below par.
He told The Times: “The France No 1 doesn’t command the penalty area like Thibaut Courtois of Chelsea.
“He’s a very good shot-stopper but he’s not very good with his feet and I don’t think he is anywhere near the level of David De Gea of Manchester United.
“He’s not bad at dealing with crosses but, again, he’s nothing compared to Courtois.
“Lloris is close to Liverpool’s Simon Mignolet in terms of ability.
“Tottenham star Hugo Lloris struggled against Chelsea”
“I think he is about the fifth-best goalkeeper in the Premier League.
“If Tottenham had a better goalkeeper, I think they may have won the league already.
“If you look at most Premier League winners their goalkeeper has been extraordinary, and I just think Lloris is good, nothing more.
“And I don’t see an improving goalkeeper there; I don’t feel the Frenchman has improved since he moved to Tottenham five years ago.”
Lloris, 30, was snapped up from Lyon in 2012.
He’s played 171 games for the north Londoners since moving across the Channel.