Scott Parker says Tottenham will recover from their draw against Wolves

15 January 2012 10:30
The Tottenham of old would have capitulated after going a goal behind to Wolves on Saturday. This Spurs side did not.

They missed the chance to go level on points with the two Manchester clubs at the top of the table at an audibly frustrated White Hart Lane, but they still clawed their way back and earned a draw. It was a setback, but not a disaster.

Harry Redknapp did his best to hide his frustration, which bubbled over during the match when the Wolves' goalkeeping coach, Pat Mountain, was too slow to release a stray ball for the Spurs' manager's liking.

Source: Daily_Mail

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