Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp felt they would've beaten Chelsea at full-strength.

Redknapp was content with a point, but felt his side were hamstrung by the absence of Aaron Lennon on the right and the half-time exit of Rafael van der Vaart.

"In the end there were chances, some great chances at the end but certainly a point is a fair result," he said.

"We lost Rafa at half-time and we really lost the balance of our team. We had to stick Luka (Modric) out became a problem.

"Without Aaron around it's difficult to find a balance to your team."