Sport Villas-Boas has promised that Jermain Defoe will not be sold in January

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Redknapp wants Tottenham to offer him a new contract

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Tottenham are now just one point behind rivals Arsenal

Spurs too strong for relegation threatened Bolton

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Rafael van der Vaart opened the scoring for Spurs after tapping it in on the 22nd minute.

Tottenham return to top four with comfortable win over Blackburn

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Tottenham taken down another peg by Taarabt

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Spurs tiptoe to third after tedious display at Sunderland

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The Tottenham players show their support for Fabrice Muamba before the game

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Eden Hazard (left) and Loïc Rémy have been linked with moves to Tottenham

Redknapp certain Spurs are ready to spend big

As Tottenham Hotspur try to ensure they are playing Champions League football next season, Harry Redknapp believes the club are finally ready to make the investment needed to keep them there for a number of years.

Bale missed the Wales match in midweek

Harry Redknapp confident Gareth Bale will be fit to play Manchester United

Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp has played down concerns over Gareth Bale's hamstring injury and is confident that the Welshman will be fit to play against Manchester United on Sunday.

Gareth Bale has shone for Spurs this season

Tottenham winger Bale doubtful for United game

Gareth Bale is a doubt for Tottenham's match against Manchester United at White Hart Lane on Sunday after a hamstring injury prevented him from playing for Wales against Costa Rica this week.

Gareth Bale celebrates putting Spurs 1-0 up at White Hart Lane

'Dancing' Redknapp on his feet to applaud as Bale holds court at Lane

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Bale brace as Tottenham show what they're made of

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