Redknapp: King could play every game

Tottenham Hotspur boss Harry Redknapp says it's possible injury-plagued defender Ledley King could feature in all of Spurs' remaining matches this season. A long-standing knee injury has restricted King's playing time in recent seasons, with the England stopper usually unable to play two games in a week.

But with the north London outfit only having Premier League football on their plate for the rest of the campaign, Redknapp believes there's a chance he could feature regularly between now and May.

"His problem is he can't do it on Saturday and midweek; when he played at Wembley on Sunday there was no way he could play in midweek, but we've got no more midweek games, so I may well get Ledley available every week which would be a big boost," he told Spurs' official website.

Spurs travel to Sunderland on Saturday on the back of two straight league victories, with winger Aaron Lennon suggesting the club could yet push for a European place this season - a bid which would only be helped by the presence of King at the back.

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