Ahead of tomorrow's big match, Adams said: â€œIâ€™ve got nothing against Jermain but this club is too small to have individuals who donâ€™t want to be here.
â€œHeâ€™s a fantastic player and a great goalscorer. But he wanted to go back to North London and what he saw as his club. As for Harry, Iâ€™ve nothing but the utmost respect for the man. Iâ€™m certainly not going to start slagging him off.
â€œHe gave me a great opportunity when he brought me to Portsmouth as a coach and we had an enormous amount of fun in our 2Â½ years together. We became good friends during that time but I wasnâ€™t too surprised when he left for Tottenham.
â€œBut there are a lot of players who will be looking to beat Harry."