George Graham is unsure who Tottenham will go with for their long-term manager.

Graham was sacked by chairman Daniel Levy in 2001 to make way for Glenn Hoddle. Yesterday, former Spurs and England striker Gary Lineker suggested that Hoddle should be reappointed.

Asked if Hoddle would be a good fit, Graham told BBC Radio 5live: "It would be but they've sacked him so it would be a big decision to hire him."

Former England coach Fabio Capello is the bookmakers' favourite but Graham said: "I just think he's probably past his best now. I think he's a very opinionated, very strong manager and I don't think that would fit with Tottenham."