A round up of news stories this morning about Tottenham Hotspur.
Daniel Levy is thought to be seriously considering appointing former Manchester United boss David Moyes as manager this summer.
Moyes was sacked by United at the start of this week and has been a bookies favourite for the Spurs job ever since.
The Evening Standard has reported that Levy is showing no signs of giving Tim Sherwood a second chance in charge as head coach.
The Daily Star claims Tottenham are well in the race to sign England international goalkeeper Fraser Forster.
Forster has been tipped as a possible successor to Hugo Lloris in the press but Newcastle United are also thought to be interested.
A fee of up to £7 million could be demanded by Celtic, which is well within Tottenham’s price range.
Tottenham defender Zeki Fryers has piled the praise onto teammate Christian Eriksen.
The Dane has been in great form for the club over recent weeks, scoring important goals and producing important performances as Spurs look to seal a Europa League place for next season.
“I think Christian's now found a vein of form where he can really do well. He's a great player. He knows that, we know that and he does the team the world of good,” he told the club website.