As the January transfer window slowly ebbs toward its conclusion, Spurs have still failed to make any signings and another player we have been heavily linked with will not be joining Spurs. Fabian Delph has signed a new contract with Aston Villa today, adding to the number of players who would rather stay where they are or join anyone but Tottenham Hotspur. In recent times, we have been linked with Benteke , Bony, Delph and at the moment Danny Ings. Whilst the Danny Ings transfer may come through, the information coming out of White Hart Lane suggests that Spurs are highly unlikely to make any signings in this window, although Kaboul and Paulinho are expected to leave. Adebayor is one we would like to see go, but no be wants to pay his wages and it looks like we may have to get used to the fact that he will finish his playing days at Spurs, adding little to the squad whilst collecting a huge salary. Good business from the master businessman Daniel levy then. Even more concerning are rumours starting to circulate that if Spurs do not qualify for the Champions league for next season, Vertonghen and Eriksen are likely to move on as they were promised Champions league football by the Spurs chairman when they joined the club. The only way we will be playing Champions league football next season is by winning the Europa league as I do not think that we will finish in the top four with the current squad. As I talked about yesterday, the current squad lacks quality and as we draw closer to Thursday/Sunday football again, I worry that we seem unable to capture the signings of players we clearly need. Out of Benteke, Delph, Ings and Bony, and I would have liked to see all of them sign for Spurs. What a show of intent that would be from the Spurs chairman. Instead, we may get one of these in Danny Ings, although Burnley are said to be insulted at our £5 million valuation of the Burnley marksman. One of the reasons that Levy chose Pochettino was that he wanted a manager who would nurture and develop the youngsters we have, and it is possible that rather than making signings in the window, we will bring players such as Pritchard back from their loan spells. Now, I am not against that at all, in fact very far from it, but to nurture the young talent, we need to have the quality around them. They will learn about application and desire from the likes of Mason and Kane, but from the likes of Lamela, Kaboul, Paulinho, they will learn little. Support for Pochettino is still very much divided amongst Spurs fans, but I don't believe that our failings in the transfer market can be laid solely at the door of him. The person I would blame is Franco Baldini. It was he who chose Lamela and convinced Levy that he was worth the largest transfer fee in the history of Tottenham Hotspur Football Club. I won't cast too much blame over Soldado as with his record in Spain, he was someone that we should have been getting the best from, but sadly, despite all of his efforts, he has not done the job he was hired to do, score goals. Baldini was also influential in the signings of Paulinho and Capoue, 2 players who have struggled to justify their fees and certainly haven't justified their places in the match day squad. We now, of course, have Paul Mitchell who joined us from Southampton to help with player recruitment. So, in the first window he is in the job, neither him nor Baldini have managed to get us players that we wanted. Whether the manager, Sorry head coach wanted them is another matter entirely. I get the distinct impression that Pochettino is not exactly thrilled with being a head coach, but I think more will come of that in the summer when our best players are linked with moves away from the Lane. And then there is by best mate, Daniel Levy. The ultimate Bond villain who sits in the stands, passively Looking down on his tenth manager struggle to get any consistency from his players. There are some that argue that Levy has brought the best players in the World to Spurs, but for all of the quality we have seen come to Spurs since 2001, we have also seen the quality leave and not be replaced. Modric, Bale, possibly Berbatov have all left and never truly been replaced. Lord Sugar heavily criticised AVB for spending money like he was in a sweet shop but I don't think he had as much say in player transfers as levy would like us to believe. Sugar seems closely protective of Mr Levy but sugar is not someone I have a great deal of time for. It appears to me that both levy and Baldini are running a treadmill of low rate players who do not add the quality that we so desire and need at our once great club. Since 2001' Daniel Levy and Joe Lewis have concentrated on the PLC and slowly but surely whittled away the essence of the Football Club. I have said before and say again that Sir Bill must be doing somersaults in his grave. I question why players don't want to come to Tottenham and for me the answer is easy enough. Players can see from the outside they would be joining a club that has aspiration of success without the men at the very top actually demonstrating their intent and as another Tottenham target turns his back on us, it has to be time for changes at the very top. We may take a trophy this season by winning the Capital One Cup, but not even a second trophy in nearly 15 years can hide the fact that Joe Lewis and Daniel Levy have not delivered success to Tottenham Hotspur Football club. To dare is to do, and it is now high time that we all dared to take a stand and ask for ENIC to start answering questions about why have they failed rather than them giving us the usual excuses that occasionally appears on the official website. Rather than come on you Spurs, today I feel it is time to demand Glory back at the lane. To achieve that though, the club needs to be in the right hands, which right now it is not.