Adebayor, 29, suffered cramp midway through the second half of victory at Manchester United but he should be available to continue his upsurge in form, having been forced to train with Spurs’ youth team earlier this season following a row with Andre Villas-Boas.
“The first season under Harry Redknapp there were no questions about his attitude,” said Rose.
“Last season, I can’t speak for that because I wasn’t here [Rose was on loan at Sunderland] so I don’t know what happened.
“When I came back in pre-season, his attitude was fine. Obviously there was a bit of a disagreement between him and Andre but it is finished now.
“We are all grateful that he is back in the team. He hasn’t got a point to prove but he is playing as if he has and he looks fresh and is causing teams a lot of trouble.”
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