After the muddled mess of last night a chink of sunlight through the grey clouds is most welcome.
Does good news get any better than that your best striker is on track to play against a major rival? I think not.
The Press Association’s Tom Allnutt has word from Hotspur Way and it turns out Poch was right to play down the seriousness of Harry Kane’s injury.
Spurs also confident this morning Kane will be OK for United. Cramp, tired v Liverpool, not injured.
— Tom Allnutt (@tomallnuttPA) October 26, 2017
Manchester United gaffer Jose Mourinho has confirmed his own upbeat injury update: “I believe that Phil Jones will be fit for Saturday against Tottenham, but apart from that I have no news.”
Elsewhere… Tottenham have joined the long list of clubs who are interested in signing Celtic defender Kieran Tierney, according to the Sun.
The 20-year-old has already piqued the interest of Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United, but Spurs may be looking at the Scot as a potential replacement for Danny Rose, the paper reports…