On BAE's attitude, I think his comments have been misrepresented. I've read other interviews since and it seems being a "Premier League Star" isn't his passion. He still loves playing in the park with his friends, but this is a job for him - playing with people he gets on with fine, but they're not his nearest and dearest, and he's pleased when he wins in the same way I'm pleased when I meet a deadline. He's not in it for the fattest paycheck - he gets his hair done in a barbers close to the ground and catches the tube everywhere! But he's not going to pretend playing for Spurs is all he wants out of life. And I think he's happy there, or he'd leave.