Harry Redknapp has revealed that he will only look to delve into the transfer market in January if a world class player is available.
The Spurs boss referred to the strength of his substitutes and admits that any incoming transfer would have to be a very special player.
Redknapp said “It’s difficult to bring players into that squad because there’s so many good players there.
“There are so many good players not getting into the team at the moment that deserve to play. People like Niko Kranjcar, Robbie Keane, (Roman) Pavlyuchenko, all these people. Jermaine Jenas started on the bench last night with Wilson Palacios.
“If you’re going to bring anybody they’ve got to be better than what you’ve got and unless they’re top, top drawer, it’s not a case of bringing average players in.”
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