Harry wants 'two or three' more

BY foxsports • July 22, 2010

Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp is looking to further bolster his squad ahead of the new season.

Spurs' last campaign saw them secure fourth place in the top flight, marking their highest ever Premier League finish and a result Redknapp feels the team can build on this season.

And the White Hart Lane manager believes the way to do that is to bring in several fresh faces.

"We need two or three players who can make the difference," said Redknapp.

"We've got a big squad, but I do feel we need just that little bit of quality in one or two areas if we're going to move on from where we were last year."

Redknapp has not ruled out Tottenham securing a top flight title, insisting the London club are better equipped to lift the trophy than they have been for years.

"We did great last year, but we just need to push on and maintain that," he added. "We want to win the championship. It's not impossible.

"Fourth place last year was marvellous, but I think this is the best chance Tottenham have had in how many years to really push on and maintain that, and become a regular top four team and maybe push for a championship.

"We're never going to get a better chance so now's the time to have a go at doing that. So I still feel with two or three players it would make the difference and give us the squad we need. And if we get them in I think the sky's the limit for us."


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