Ramos now also has former Rangers full-back Alan Hutton waiting in the wings after his £9million move yesterday, and the Spanish coach said: "It was a fairly balanced game overall, both teams were intent on winning. The first half was Everton's but increasingly it was Spurs who were the better team after the break.
"It was a fair result in the end. I was happy with Woodgate's first game. He played very well in his first match.
"He does not know his team-mates too well but he is a player of great experience and taking that into consideration he played very well and is someone who can bring great benefits to Tottenham.
"I don't know whether that is the end of the transfer activity. I have been away preparing the team for the Everton match and unsure where we are with things, but I do not know of any other situations. There is only one day left of the transfer window.
"I hope we have no problems with Woodgate's fitness. There are a lot of matches in our schedule and maybe he will need a rest and if he wants that I hope he will let us know."