O'Hara hoping Harry can spare him on loan at Pompey until end of the season

10 December 2009 10:36
Jamie O'Hara is hoping Tottenham Hotspur's midfield riches will enable him to extend his Portsmouth loan until the end of the season.[LNB]Let me stay: O'Hara is enjoying life at Portsmouth[LNB]O'Hara has been one of Portsmouth's outstanding players since joining them on a six-month loan last summer. [LNB]Manager Avram Grant, who worked with Harry Redknapp at Fratton Park, has had one round of talks with the Spurs boss about O'Hara.[LNB]With England international Jermaine Jenas struggling for a starting place and Luka Modric nearing full fitness, O'Hara would be down the midfield pecking order if he returned to White Hart Lane.[LNB]He said: 'I have not heard anything from Harry but Avram has had a discussion with him. [LNB]'Everyone knows I want to stay and help the club out of the relegation zone. It is up to Tottenham to decide what they want to do.[LNB]'They are a big club with top players and sometimes a younger player has to go elsewhere for regular football and establish himself.'[LNB]  Pompey in appeal to Tottenham to keep on-loan O'Hara beyond JanuaryLiverpool plan to swap flop Ryan Babel for Spurs misfit Roman PavlyuchenkoTOTTENHAM HOTSPUR FC

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