Former Tottenham boss George Graham feels manager Harry Redknapp can be pleased with their summer market.

Graham rates their signing of Scott Parker highly.

He told the Sunday Mirror: "Tottenham could also have signed Scott Parker as soon as West Ham went down, if they wanted him badly.

"But I have to say, the chairman Daniel Levy took a brave stand over Luka Modric. The manager Harry Redknapp had his choices limited by ­injuries and yet Modric says he does not want to play two hours before the kick-off !

"But he played, he has stayed and it will be interesting to see how he does this season.

"If he doesn't perform, ­people will say ­Modric should have gone. If he does well, the chairman will get all the plaudits."

But Graham acknowledged the signing of Parker will be a significant boost, adding: "Harry has now got Emmanuel ­Adebayor.

"He has wanted a top-class striker for some time and now he has Adebayor. I hope he can get the best out of him."

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