Spurs manager Harry Redknapp has once again insisted that this will be a quiet month for Spurs and has warned fans not to expect any new arrivals this month.
Speaking to the Mirror over the weekend Harry said,
“It’s extremely unlikely we will be doing any business in this window.
“Unless someone very special came on the market, someone that could improve the team, I’ll stick with what I have.
“We have a very strong squad and cover for virtually every position. It’s hard to see where we can improve.”
Spurs fans wouldn’t necessarily argue that the first choice starting XI isn’t the best that we’ve had for some time but there may be an issue with regards to ‘cover’.
Injuries have taken their toll and with Scott Parker the latest to face a fitness battle, is there really enough depth in this squad to cement a top four position?
Harry always likes to deflect attention away from the club at this time of year and in particular, he doesn’t like the speculation over his own players. So can we take this at face value or do we desperately need some fresh faces at the Lane?