Glenn’s new era is certainly taking shape. Two big-name players have already arrived in Teddy Sheringham and Gustavo Poyet and we are only waiting for a work permit to clinch the Goran Bunjevcevic deal.
Glenn said: “I think there is going to be a new Tottenham at the beginning of the season and I’m also excited about challenging players within the club and getting more out of them.
“Some people come in, some people go out.
“There may be some players that will go out. I haven’t made decisions on that, quite frankly, but we need a squad here.
“The squad comes first and we have to do what is right for Tottenham Hotspur. That is what we are doing.
“The jigsaw is taking shape, very much so and we’re going all out to get another couple of players in.”
The latest piece of that jigsaw slotted in on Sunday when Gus Poyet was unveiled at the Lane after signing a three-year deal.
Now Glenn has turned his attention to keeping Darren Anderton.
Glenn added: “We’re going all out to getting Darren signed up and we’re very close to that.
“Sol was a big blow, it goes without saying, but we’ll look to replace that situation.
“I’ve had to change a few things in my mind but that is the challenge of management.
“We’re very close with Darren. We trying big time to get him and within the next few days I’ve got a feeling it could be done and dusted. That could be another good sign for the club again.”
Glenn Hoddle says there will be a ‘new Tottenham’ by the start of the season and admits he’s looking forward to getting the best out of the players already at the club.