The circus is over, and the rumors are squashed—Harry Redknapp is staying at Tottenham.
It's only been two matches, but with the FA deciding to pass over Redknapp for the Three Lions gig, Spurs have looked dominant—defeating Bolton 4-1 very, very convincingly and drawing 1-1 with Aston Villa.
Is it a coincidence that the week after Redknapp learns he's not coaching England, his Spurs go out and finish the last three matches by a score of 7-2?
It wasn't just a victory that North London fans were treated to. It was a demolition, an homage to the winter months of Spurs' season.
Tottenham has a very good chance at wrapping up fourth place and earning a spot in next season's Champions League (provided Chelsea doesn't win this year's Champions League at Bayern Munich). But what are some things Redknapp and the rest of the club need to do to make sure that Spurs' title hopes are a reality next season?
Join me as I give you the 10 things Redknapp needs to improve on next season to make sure the Premier League silverware comes back to White Hart Lane for the first time in 40 years.