Harry eyes ‘big’ Spurs signing

The likes of Scott Parker, Emmanuel Adebayor and Brad Friedel

arrived at White Hart Lane during the summer to strengthen not only

Spurs’ squad but their starting XI. Redknapp’s men have enjoyed an

excellent first half to the season and are currently third in the

standings ahead of Tuesday’s trip to Norwich. The manager is

pleased with the options at his disposal and is not planning to do

much business in the New Year, although he would love to land one

world-class player to demonstrate Tottenham’s ambition. “We’ve got

to be a club looking to go places,” he said in The Sun. “The

potential is great here. We sell out every week, we’ve got good

players. “If we’re going to make a signing, let’s make one big

signing. That would send out a message. “But it’s difficult finding

that player who would make a difference.”