Mourinho says he would welcome a solution from Levy to injury crisis – but does not need it

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Tottenham Hotspur are now ten days into the January transfer market, with a third of their time already gone if they wish to make moves in the window.

Spurs are now without long-term injury absentees Harry Kane and Moussa Sissoko, leaving a huge hole in the spine of their team.

It was also announced that they would continue to be without Tanguy Ndombele, Ven Davies, and Hugo Lloris for the weekend match against Liverpool.

Mourinho has yet to make a signing as Tottenham boss, and it seems as if he is in no rush to bring his debut man through the door this window.

Jose claims that he knew he would have to work with the players he had when he took the Spurs job and that has not changed.

However, he did seem to hint that a solution from Levy in the market with a new player or two would be welcomed, although not necessarily needed.

Charlie Eccleshare reports that Jose said:

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  1. The very reasons we will never win anything no matter who is in charge. To get the best out of the players we have. We have been sinking since last January with a couple of exceptions in that time. The whole team needs a overhaul but Levy things plasters will do for now. When it comes to football Levy and the board know nothing about a successful football club.

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