Good news for Spurs fans, Daniel Levy has revealed that he wants to be the Spurs chairman for the long-term.
In the 16 years he has been at the club he has built it from a broke mid-table club and built it so it has risen significantly above all but five of our opposition and he is soon to be making advances towards them with the new stadium being built to add around £90-million additional revenue a year to our total income.
That figure that would put us within touching distance of LIverpool who have seen the threat and responded with a new stadium and a decent new manager in Jurgen Klopp.
"I've been chairman of the club for nearly 16 years, and we have maybe 30,000 small shareholders -- we used to be a public company -- and my response to that question is always the same: We have a duty when we've got 30,000 shareholders to consider any proposals that anyone wants to make the club. There's a board of transfer.
"But I've been here 16 years, and I'd very much hope to be here very much for the long term."
We have had to play catch up with our rivals but we are getting there and the days of it being a more level playing field for us where we can afford comparable wages are drawing closer.