Former Arsenal man, Kevin Campbell, has supported the appointment of Daniel Levy as a board executive of the European Club Association.
The Spurs supremo took the Lilywhites out of the organisation to become a founding member of the European Super League.
After that idea failed following a serious backlash from football fans, Spurs have now returned to the organisation.
They also now have a representative at the board level after the ECA confirmed Levy’s appointment on Twitter.
Levy has developed a reputation for being one of the best football negotiators in Europe.
He knows when his Tottenham has a top talent in their ranks and he always gets top dollar to sell them to the bigger European clubs.
Dimitar Berbatov, Luka Modric and Gareth Bale are three top players he has made clubs pay big money to sign.
Campbell says he is absolutely the right man to have by your side if you want something done.
Campbell told Football Insider: “Levy has been in his role a long time at Spurs. One thing is for sure, he knows his way around football.
“He has come under quite a bit of stick sometimes but you have to ride it out as a chairman which he has. The fans do not know the ins and outs of the situation at the end of the day.
“He has battled the likes of Harry Kane and won. Kane is staying so you have to admire his conviction.
“I think it is a good appointment. Levy is a tough negotiation, that’s for sure. If something needs to be done there is probably no one better to do it, let’s be honest.”