A round up of news stories this morning about Tottenham Hotspur.
A report suggests former West Ham man Valon Behrami could be used in part exchange for Jan Vertonghen.
Fichajes.net suggests Behrami could be a makeweight in a deal to land the Belgian defender, who has refused to rule out leaving Tottenham for Champions League football.
Napoli are thought to be one of the front runners to sign Vertonghen after Rafa Benitez’ interest in signing former players at Liverpool appears to have faded.
Spurs centre-back Younes Kaboul claims he’s getting back to his very best for the North Londoners.
Kaboul was kept out of the side over the first chunk of the season but has been impressive since his return.
“Finally now I feel like I am coming back to my best. I'm not there yet, but I am trying. I wish we still had ten games left to play this season, but unfortunately we only have five left,” he told the press.
Harry Kane thinks he’s good enough to be a regular in the Tottenham first team.
The 20-year-old striker has been given a recent run of games under head coach Tim Sherwood, scoring his first Premier League goal for the side.
“I feel I’m good enough to be here and good enough to play for Spurs in the Premier League,” he told the Evening Standard.