Spurs target not moving
Any hopes that Spurs may have had about signing Sunderland striker Stephane Sessegnon appear to be over as he is happy where he is.
Spurs boss harry Redknap will have to strengthen his frontline over the summer as first choice striker Emmanuel Adabayor looks likely to be heading back to Manchester City after his loan spell comes to an end. Sessegnon appeared to fit the bill following reports that he was homesick but, even though his wife and five children have returned to Paris to live, the Benin international, says he is happy and is not ready to move away from Wearside just yet. "I've got no problem with life here and it's always good news to hear that the manager wants to keep you," said Sessegnon, who cost £6m when he joined from PSG in January last year. "I'm aware of the speculation, but I can't do anything about it. As I've said before, I don't feel that my work here is finished. "It's true that when I first came here, it was hard to get used to the style of play. But now I like the Premier League and I think I have improved."I'm playing for a team who like to play football, with great fans."