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SPURS will look to get their season back on track when they face Watford this Saturday.

It's been a tough campaign so far for Mauricio Pochettino, having had to re-sign Michel Vorm following Hug Lloris's injury – while Christian Eriksen's future continues to remain unclear.

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  • DARREN BENT has urged Spurs to sign Wolves defender Willy Boly.

    Speaking to Football Insider, he said: “At the end of the season Tottenham could be losing both of centre-backs, so for me, why not [sign Boly]?

    “I like Boly, I think he's powerful. I played against him when they were in the Championship.

    “He's powerful, he's strong, he's good on the ball.”

  • PREM clubs have been reassured there are no firm plans to strip them of the fourth automatic Champions League place.

    Top flight clubs were caught off-guard when Lars Christer Olsson, head of the European Leagues umbrella group which includes the Prem, suggested reverting to just three guaranteed slots for the major nations.

    Olsson is a key player in the strategy to stop the competition revamp planned by the European Clubs Association, which aims to expand the Champions League to up to 21 matches.

    But Swede Olsson’s idea was not welcomed by Prem chiefs, who made immediate contact with European Leagues to voice their concerns.

  • GARETH BALE has been urged to snub a move away from Real Madrid and stay at the Bernabeu by team-mate Luka Modric.

    The Welshman has been linked with a January switch to Manchester United following months of turbulence in the Spanish capital.

    Modric said: “He is an amazing player and very important for the team.

    “He is showing that this season. Hopefully he will stay this season and the next seasons as well.”

  • JOELEON LESCOTT believes Harry Kane should have taken off his England side off the pitch against Bulgaria.

    The Three Lions' 6-0 demolition of Bulgaria was marred by persistent attacks aimed at England stars by thugs in the crowd at the Stadion Vasil Levski.

    Lescott told the BBC: “You've got to think if I'm racist, the last person I want to hear is Raheem Sterling.

    “I don't care what he says or what he thinks but I might listen to a Harry Kane or I might listen to a Jordan Henderson because they're the player I've come to watch and I admire because I'm racist.

    “It's great that we're looking to do it collectively but if Harry Kane took that ball and said we're going the message that would send to the world would be huge, more than Raheem Sterling.”

  • SPURS fans want Mauricio Pochettino to listen to this idea. Would it work?

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