Davenport going nowhere - agent

Last updated : 05 June 2006 By Rick Lamb
The chances of Calum Davenport returning to Carrow Road seem even more remote today after his agent denied reports that the defender has been told he can leave Tottenham Hotspur.

Davenport enjoyed a successful loan spell at Norwich last season and has been repeatedly linked with a move away from White Hart Lane to destinations including Reading, Watford and the Canaries.

Colin Gordon, the former Coventry man's agent, says that there is no truth in national newspaper reports that the player has been told by Martin Jol that he is surplus to requirements in North London.

"It is rubbish to suggest Calum has been told he can leave," Gordon told Sky Sports. "He has not been told anything and he is one of four central defenders at Tottenham. Calum is just concentrating on pre-season training and he is looking forward to the new season.'

The news comes after Nigel Worthington admitted that he was unlikely to be able to buy Davenport after having been quoted a £3million price in January. City have yet to make any purchases in the transfer market so far this summer.