Wolves’ manager Mick McCarthy’s only injury concern is over Matt Jarvis but the Molineux side expect him to be fit and take his place in an unchanged line up tomorrow. That will see Jamie O’Hara face his old club for the first time since completing a £5m move from White Hart Lane in the summer.
When asked how he would approach the game, and in particular how he would counter the threat of Gareth Bale, McCarthy said: “Finding someone as quick as him will be hard enough!”
“I will have a look at their game and we will be putting our plan into action. Bale does need considering, of course he does. He is a good player. He’s quick.
“I am not saying he is unplayable, I don’t think anybody is unplayable.”
McCarthy said that he is also wary of a Spurs side that have yet to get off the mark this season: “It’s over the season, and it’s about keeping your calm when you haven’t got any points or you haven’t had a good start.
“I make the decisions. I will look at Spurs and see how they play and will try and make sure we use our resources so we can beat them.
“No chance am I thinking we are just going to let them come here and play. We’re nowhere near their level, but we have moved up.”
Let’s hope that we play to our ‘level’ and finally get this Premiership season off to a winning start.