Harry expects O’Hara departure

O’Hara joined Wolves on loan in January and has played an
influential role in helping Mick McCarthy’s side retain their
top-flight status. He has scored three goals, including one in
Sunday’s 3-2 home defeat by Blackburn, and now looks primed to stay
at Molineux. The 24-year-old had struggled for opportunities back
at Spurs and Redknapp does not expect O’Hara to return to White
Hart Lane. “I think he will probably go there (to Wolves) now,”
said Redknapp. “I think it’s part of the deal. If they stay up
there was an agreement that they’d buy him.” Redknapp is looking to
trim his squad over the summer, but has not ruled out keeping
Robbie Keane following a disappointing loan spell at West Ham. The
Spurs boss added: “I haven’t written Robbie off at all. He is a
top-class professional who has played over 100 times for his
country. “He captains the Republic of Ireland team. He is a
top-class professional. He has to come back here and fight to play
in the team now.” Spurs ended the season with a 2-1 victory over
Birmingham City and Redknapp admits Roman Pavlyuchenko’s brace
could save him money in the transfer market. “He has dynamite in
his boots,” Redknapp said of the Russian. “When he is on form he is
fantastic. I have been to France to watch players three times this
week and I’m looking at them and thinking they’re not as good as
Pav is.”