Harry Redknapp aimed two digs at Daniel Levy in a post-transfer window interview, in regard to Tottenham Hotspur's mixed transfer business.
Tottenham Hotspur failed to sign their top transfer deadline day target, with West Bromwich Albion issuing a statement on their website confirming they never had any intention of selling Saido Berahino.
Former Spurs boss Harry Redknapp appeared to be revelling in Daniel Levy falling flat on his face on this occasion, with the renowned master of deadline day deals drawing a blank.
He made Levy the butt of his jokes during a panel show with The Telegraph's Total Football Live.
Redknapp said: "It was a game of bluff between the two chairmans, and I think Daniel has outbluffed himself this time."
He later went onto have another gentle jab at Levy, when discussing new Manchester United signing Anthony Martial.
Referencing previous Spurs interest in the French international, Redknapp joked: "Tottenham tried to buy him. Daniel offered £400,000 for him. He was just a bit short."
Redknapp was hired in 2008 and fired by Levy in 2012, and is currently out of management having quit QPR earlier in the year.
Berahino went onto cause controversy by sending a message on Twitter expressing his frustration with West Brom at failing to get his big move to Tottenham.
Sad how i cant say exactly how the club has treated me but i can officially say i will never play Jeremy Peace.— Saido Berahino (@SBerahino) September 1, 2015