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chal­lenge to Manch­ester City and United at the top of the ta­ble.

“Harry has 18 months left on his con­tract,” said Levy.

“We have had a con­ver­sa­tion that says as far as Harry is con­cerned he is very happy here and that he doesn’t par­tic­u­larly want to con­sider Eng­land at the present time.

“We will worry about that sit­u­a­tion if it arises in the sum­mer.

“I hope we have a great sea­son and that we can fin­ish in the top four or, who knows, maybe even higher.

“We want first. I spoke to Harry and told him not to be too de­spon­dent, be­cause if we win our game in hand against Ever­ton, we could be only four points be­hind Manch­ester City.”


Levy has told Red­knapp NONE of his top play­ers will be sold dur­ing the Jan­uary trans­fer win­dow.

That means Chelsea will be sent pack­ing if they bid for Luka Mo­dric again.

And Barcelona have been told to for­get about a deal for Wales Gareth Bale.

Levy added: “We have a great squad with ex­cep­tional tal­ent and none of the main play­ers will be leav­ing in Jan­uary.”

Spurs need a mir­a­cle against Sham­rock Rovers in Dublin to stay in the Europa League.

Rafael van der Vaart and Brad Friedel are not reg­is­tered for the com­pe­ti­tion, while Red­knapp will give Em­manuel Ade­bayor and Scott Parker a breather.

Jer­main De­foe is ex­pected to play up front af­ter be­ing on the bench at the week­end.



JOB’S A GOOD ’UN: Red­knapp is happy at Spurs and won’t have to sell Luka Mo­dric and Gareth Bale (be­low in­set)

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