Emmanuel Adebayor posts hilarious Wolf of Wall Street mock-up

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Emmanuel Adebayor is a self confident chap, anybody that pulls a stunt like that celebration in front of the Arsenal fans at the Etihad Stadium must be.

Admittedly, this is not in the same category as that, but it is still pretty amusing.

The Spurs forward posted this picture onto his Instagram account.

Unless you've been living under a rock for the past few months, you will have heard of Leonardo DiCaprio's well-received performance as Jordan Belfort in The Wolf of Wall Street.

Well, Tottenham Funnies have mocked up Adebayor as The Wolf of White Hart Lane. Nice one.

If you would have said that back in November, you'd have received a few funny looks - not least because the film wasn't out. But you know what I mean.

The Togolese star was stuck in the reserves like a frustrated high street banker, desperate for a shot on the derivatives trading desk with the big boys. Bank metaphors are difficult, OK.

Well, Tottenham under new management granted him that wish as Tim Sherwood brought Adebayor into the fold and he has so far repaid him with a flurry of goals.

And that's led to this - he's now been dubbed The Wolf of White Hart Lane. Adebayor obviously approves, as he posted the mock-up onto his Instagram account.

And within 20 minutes it had over 2,000 likes. I guess his fans agree.

Check out Sandro behind him, as well.

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