Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp insists he has no plans to sign a striker before the transfer window closes later today.
Redknapp has been linked with a string of forwards in recent weeks, including Newcastle United and England ace Andy Carroll, while reports at the weekend claimed the White Hart Lane outfit had failed with a bid for Atletico Madrid star Sergio Aguero.
But Redknapp, who has let Robbie Keane join West Ham United on loan until the end of the season, claims he is not looking at to his attacking line-up before the 23.00 GMT deadline.
He said: “I won’t get a striker now no. I never made a bid for Andy Carroll. Maybe the chairman did but I never did. Nobody has told me we've made a bid.”
Redknapp also shot down speculation he had made a play for Athletic Bilbao and Spain frontman Fernando Llorente, and joked he would not be returning to Spain on scouting missions after he was mugged during a recent trip to the country.
He added: “Fernando Llorente? No chance. I’m not going back to Spain anymore. Definitely not.”