Tottenham‘s home defeat yesterday afternoon to Liverpool provided five very sharp and final nails in Andre Villas-Boas’s managerial coffin at White Hart Lane.

The 5-0 thumping was the end of the road for the Portuguese, who was living off borrowed time after a string of poor results, despite being handed a £110million cheque to spend on new recruits in the summer.

Now languishing in seventh place in the Premier League table, Spurs need a sudden change in fortunes to save their season, if Champions League qualification is still their ultimate aim.

A new manager could certainly provide it, but the transfer market is an equally as effective vehicle for change.

And with that in mind, here’s SIX potential signings Daniel Levy should consider in January, that could turn Spurs’ lacklustre campaign around.

CLICK ON YOHAN CABAYE TO REVEAL THE SIX SIGNINGS TO SAVE TOTTENHAM’S SEASON

Yohan Cabaye (Newcastle)