Former Tottenham Hotspur supervisor Harry Redknapp has admitted he doesn’t imagine they’re anyplace close to their former glory proper now.
Spurs marked the one-year anniversary of their miracle Champions League comeback in opposition to Ajax which fired them into the ultimate of the competitors.
It led to nostalgic followers reminiscing in regards to the good occasions which have since abandoned them.
They’re at the moment eighth within the Premier League desk and had been in a good worse place when Mauricio Pochettino was sacked and Jose Mourinho introduced in again in November.
The downfall was swift however, even so, Redknapp believes it has been three or 4 years since they had been at their peak and feels they need to have received a league title.
He informed Drive Time: “A few years in the past I checked out them once they had Kyle Walker at right-back, who was completely flying, Danny Rose at left-back.
“You checked out that workforce, Christian Eriksen was taking part in, Mousa Dembele [too] they actually did look [good]. I believed they had been a Premier League successful workforce within the subsequent 12 months or two.
“I have a look at them now and I don’t see them anyplace close to that, to be truthful.”
Walker, Eriksen, and Dembele have all left the membership since then however Redknapp does imagine Spurs nonetheless have high quality gamers.
“They’ve nonetheless bought Harry Kane and so they have nonetheless bought good gamers however they’re nowhere close to.
They’ve bought Dele Alli too however they’re nowhere close to the place they had been – for my part – three or 4 years in the past when they need to have received one thing below Mauricio Pochettino.”