King Kenny wrote in the Mirror: "I reckon Spurs will beat Arsenal in the north London derby on Sunday. There are two reasons for that: they're at home and they have Gareth Bale.
"And I've been impressed with Lewis Holtby since he arrived from Schalke. So I'm not saying Spurs are a one-man team. Far from it. But that doesn't change the fact that Bale is their most important player.
"He brings so much to the game: width, pace, power, control, finishing, crossing ability.
"And he has the ability to change games. West Ham had started really well against Tottenham last Monday and then Bale popped up and scored.
"It was a clever goal, too. The way he delayed his shot and took the ball one way then hit it the other to wrong-foot the goalkeeper.
"Everybody was talking about his second goal, which won the game for Spurs, but I thought the first showed a great deal of intelligence."