Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas has lashed out at former club chairman Lord Alan Sugar.

The former Spurs chief questioned Villas-Boas' tactics during the week and suggested that Sir Alex Ferguson come out of retirement to replace him at White Hart Lane but after Sunday's 2-2 draw with Manchester United in north London, the Portuguese defended himself.

"I think it's a very driven agenda by somebody that doesn't honour the club, neither myself nor my players," Villas-Boas told BBC Radio 5Live.

"It's their team, their passion and they don't trade it for anything else, not like Alan Sugar who trades it for money."

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