Spurs loanees continue to impress away from their parent club and Jamie O’Hara, Steven Caulker and Harry Kane were all on the scoresheet at the weekend.
O’Hara scored his second goal for Wolves and has received much praise at Molineux. Predictably talk has turned to making his loan deal permanent.
“It’s not just a case of me wanting him here but he wants to come here as well”, said Wolves manager Mick McCarthy.
“He is a chirpy character to have around the place as well as being a very good player. Whether there is a deal already in place to sign him from Spurs – that is down to our chief executive Jez Moxey.”
As for O’Hara, he seems resigned to having no future at Tottenham: “I can’t see myself playing for Spurs at the moment.”
“They’ve got a good squad and the manager has never really given me an opportunity to play a run of games. So I think it’s time for me to look elsewhere and move on in my career.”
So it seems like the end of the road for Jamie at Tottenham but will we look back and rue letting go of a midfielder who weighs in with his fair share of goals, or do we simply have better players at the club?