Levy happy to let O'Hara stay
Plenty of people have had an opinion on Jamie O'Hara, and what his loan spell will be with Pompey into the New Year.
Previous Pompey manager Paul Hart was keen to extend this loan, as was/still is - as far as we are aware - O'Hara himself, as is Avram Grant.
Now, one of the men that 'matters most of all' - Spurs chairman Daniel Ley - has said that he does not have a problem with letting him stay on loan with us: 'Jamie has indicated that he would like to stay there until the coming summer.
'It is good that he is out there and playing regularly at the highest level.
'I will discuss the situation with Harry and we have the right to call him back if we need him.'
Of course we have this transfer embargo, although as this deal was arranged with the option to extend from January - May, well so we were told anyway, I am not sure if this would actually infringe this ban, should we not see it lifted?
For me it is pretty straight forward, so long as 'red tape' does not prevent it, we will see the guy stay until the end of the season.
Even then, 'should' we perform the great escape II and 'should' we be in a financial position to do so, despite Harry Redknapp's thoughts to the contrary, I am sure that this deal could be made permanent at the right price.
Although, an extension into the New Year, would do me fine for now...
PLAY UP POMPEY!