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According to ESPN FC, Adebayor has netted 93 Premier League goals throughout his time so far.
And what makes that all the more impressive is the fact he's managed to do so under the intense pressure and scrutiny that comes with playing for some of the best squads of recent years.
It's certainly no easy feat to become such a fine-tuned goal-poacher.
But the tall centre-forward has managed to do just that. And while he still has a way to go to catch up with fellow Spurs legends Jermain Defoe and Robbie Keane, who each have over 120 top-flight goals respectively, it's not often that a club outside the "Big Four" can boast a player with such a great strike rate.
When he's on song, he's a veritable match-winner.
And if Tim Sherwood is in the White Hart Lane hot seat for the foreseeable future, it's got to be his prerogative to go and sort out the delivery problem that Spurs have been having far too often.
After all, it's one thing to have the attractive names down on the team sheet, but it's quite another to get them all gelling together as a unit on a continuous basis.
And while Adebayor's tag as somewhat of a journeyman might suggest the inevitability of him swapping shirts once more, it also suggests a positive aspect.
It shows, in fact, that he has the skill set to adapt to almost any footballing environment—his 10 goals this domestic campaign, while not prolific, certainly adds weight to that assertion.