Tottenham boss Redknapp: Two wingers, two up front - that is me!

Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp will continue with his attacking tactics today. Today Spurs seek a first win at Bolton in nine seasons at the end of a roller-coaster week for Redknapp.

Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp will continue with his attacking tactics today.

Today Spurs seek a first win at Bolton in nine seasons at the end of a roller-coaster week for Redknapp.

Redknapp will stick to his guns at the Reebok, insisting: "I've always had teams that have a go. I love players who can play. Against Inter I played with a team that was going to attack.

"I had Luka Modric and Tom Huddlestone. How can you leave them out to bring in defensive players?

"You've got to be bold enough to play these guys and I'd rather send out a team thinking 'They aren't going to stop us scoring'.

"Most coaches would rather win 1-0 than 4-3, but I'm quite happy winning 4-3. We do that and people have seen a great game.

"We went to Man City last year for a vital game. Everybody thought we'd go there and shut up shop. But we didn't.

"We played with two wingers and two up front that day, with Luka and Tom in midfield. I mean, what an attacking team. And we beat them fair and square.

"I played two wingers and two up front when I was at Bournemouth. That's me."

 
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