Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp did not appear happy with Roman Pavlyuchenko for storming down the tunnel after being substituted during his side's 2-1 home win over Manchester City.
Pavlyuchenko was replaced in the 75th minute, but Spurs went on to take all three points thanks to Robbie Keane's late penalty after Micah Richards had fouled the Russian's replacement Fraizer Campbell. City's Valeri Bojinov had earlier stepped off the bench to cancel out Jermain Defoe's first-half opener.
Redknapp said: "He's always like that. He moved well when he went down that tunnel. It was good to see. He thought he was playing well and didn't think he should be taken off."
Fulham are now in the box seat for a Europa League place and Redknapp added: "Fulham look nailed on. But it is possible."