Graham Roberts has told Football FanCast that Nuno Espirito Santo should not be considered for the Tottenham Hotspur job, after a report in The Express suggested he’s been identified as a possible replacement for Jose Mourinho.
The ex-Spurs captain does not believe that the Wolves manager plays the right way to be appointed as the successor to Mourinho following the Portuguese’s sacking.
Ryan Mason has been placed in interim charge of the team until the end of the season and there have been plenty of stories linking Spurs with various managers.
Santo was linked with the post too, but Roberts is not sold on the abilities of the Molineux boss.
Indeed, Wolves have endured an underwhelming season themselves and currently sit 12th in the table, having won just two of their last five games.
Roberts wants to see Spurs appoint a manager who can take the club back to their attacking roots, rather than another boss who is pragmatic, as Mourinho was during his reign in north London.
He told FFC: “I don’t think the Wolves manager will be good enough for us. They don’t play the most attacking style of football. I think the fans have had enough now, they want to go back to that exciting football that we used to play.”