Spurs manager Harry redknapp believes that a ‘couple’ of top quality signings are needed if the club are to challenge for a Champions League place next season.
“Hopefully we can get one or two players in the summer and improve again for next year because it is going to be hard,” Harry is quoted as saying.
“We have a big squad but what we need is one or two players who will make the difference to us.
“Liverpool have done that with Luis Suarez, he is going to be a big player, and we need to find one or two to keep us pushing for the top four.”
The manager also believes that with Liverpool’s improvement under Kenny Dalglish, the race for Champions League football is now between six teams.
“Manchester United are certainties, Chelsea are certainties and you have to fancy Man City next year as they are going to spend another £100million,” he concluded.
“You also have to fancy Arsenal, because they have been there every year, and Liverpool are a great club with great tradition and they will be back stronger with Kenny (Dalglish) next year.
So are wholesale changes required for next season or is Harry right in his assessment that we are only two players away from challenging the top four next season?