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CALUM STAYING POSITIVE

Posted on 19 January 2006  - 12:00

Calum Davenport is taking a positive stance after returning from a successful loan spell at Norwich City.

Calum Davenport is taking a positive stance after returning from a successful loan spell at Norwich City.

The defender made 16 appearances at Carrow Road between September and December including a goal in a 2-2 draw against his former club Coventry City.

The 23-year-old has 38 games under his belt in loan spells at Championship teams West Ham, Southampton and Norwich since joining us in August 2004.

He’s now determined to add to the one substitute appearance he’s made in a Spurs shirt.

"I try to take the positives out of everything,†said Calum after scoring for the reserves ironically against Norwich on Monday.

“I’m with some of the best players in the country at Spurs and training day in, day out with them, watching and learning from them means I can only get better and better.

“It’s a team game and you have to stick in there and give good performances. I believe in myself and my ability and we’ll see what happens.

“It’s quite easy to let your concentration slip but it’s important to put in a good performance in reserve games and see what happens at the weekend. That’s the only way you can do yourself justice.â€Â

Calum couldn’t help but smile after opening the scoring in our 5-0 reserve win back at his former club. “It was a great delivery from Johnnie Jackson and I just needed to get on the end of it,†he said.

“It was nice to go back and see a few familiar faces. As soon as I walked through the door at Norwich back in September the manager, the staff, the lads and the fans were great to me. I had a great time and really enjoyed it.â€Â