Former Crystal Palace and Leeds United manager Neil Warnock told talkSPORT that he feels Daniel Levy made the wrong decision when he moved on from Harry Redknapp.
Warnock feels Levy got it wrong when Tottenham benefited from an influx of cash after some impressive league finishes and a Champions League campaign, when Redknapp was in charge at White Hart Lane.
“If I was Harry, I’d be a little bit bitter as well. When you leave a club like that, but I think England just knackered him up a little bit,” he said.
“I think Daniel (Levy) thought okay, we don’t need this, we’re going to have all of this money and we can get good value but it doesn’t always work and the grass isn’t always greener.”
Regardless of the progress made in the Harry Redknapp era and any misspending at Tottenham in the recent past, everyone has moved on and it’s important to look at the immediate future at Spurs.
The squad have a season under their belts playing under the style of Mauricio Pochettino and have already made strides in the transfer market with a move for talented young defender Kevin Wimmer.
The club are well placed to go after any further players that Pochettino needs as he looks to improve Tottenham in pursuit of their main aim for next season.
That will be a top four finish in the Premier League, which would create an opportunity for the club to qualify for the Champions League group stage.
That’s the platform Spurs need to reach if they want to push on and reach another level with Pochettino pulling the strings at White Hart Lane.