Redknapp content with Wolves performance

Spurs manager Harry Redknapp believes it was just an unlucky day for his side as they were held 1-1 at home by Wolves, reports.

Tottenham were 1-0 behind thanks to a goal from Wolves striker Steven Fletcher, but drew level with a lovely strike by Croatian international Luka Modric. Redknapp insisted that he believed his side would go on to win the game, but even with their constant pressure, Spurs just couldn’t break down the Wolves door and came away with a point. The draw leaves Spurs two points away from Manchester United and Manchester City above them and City have the chance to stretch the gap over third-placed Spurs to six on Monday night against Wigan.

Redknapp said: ‘I thought we played well; the lads gave everything. We went one down and it was always going to be tough. In the second half, we came back, got the goal and thought we’d win from there. We battered away, but couldn’t get one to drop for us. I thought we played some great stuff and the lads couldn’t have worked harder than they did.’

The Spurs manager insists that it is impossible for his side to win every week, but they must make sure they don’t lose. Tottenham are on a superb run of form and have been beaten once in their last 19 matches and Redknapp genuinely believes his side can challenge for the title.

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