Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp believes Blackburn counterpart Steve Kean has done the best job possible, as Spurs returned to the top four in the Barclays Premier League with a commanding 2-0 victory over a poor Rovers side who remain marooned in the bottom three.
A Rafael van der Vaart tap-in and a fantastic free-kick from England full-back Kyle Walker secured a vital three points for Spurs, while Steve Kean's side did not have a single effort on goal, the first time that has happened to any team in the top-flight in eight years.
"It is difficult for them (Blackburn), they are struggling and he has got a tough job there. It has not been easy for him and how he has had to go through the year and keep them going, it must be so difficult. I wouldn't like to be in the position he has been in," Redknapp said.
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