Tottenham Hotspur's squad is the envy of their London rivals Arsenal and Chelsea according to football pundit Tony Cascarino.
Harry Redknapp's pleasing on the eye Tottenham squad were once again at their scintillating best at Carrow Road on Tuesday night and Cascarino believes Harry Redknapp has assembled a side with "endless athleticism".
Citing the "freedom and energy" instilled in Tottenham's starting XI by Harry Redknapp, the former Republic of Ireland international suggests Spurs are unplayable at times because they appear to have no set formation and rely on the fluidity of their attacking verve.
"Everywhere you look, Redknapp has players with endless athleticism, tearing across the pitch to recover their own positions or make up for a shortfall left by Bale." Cascarino told The Times whilst marvelling at Tottenham Hotspur's attacking prowess.
"At various points last night I saw Younès Kaboul haring up the left wing from centre back and Scott Parker racing across to cover for him. The entire Tottenham side play with freedom and energy, something Redknapp's teams have always possessed.
"At Spurs, though, he has a better quality of player available to him; combine that with his typical style and you have a team as exciting as any in Europe and the envy of the rest of London."
Such is the scintillating football being played by Tottenham this season, Cascarino suggests Spurs' squad is currently the envy of their Premier League London rivals Arsenal and Chelsea.
"Chelsea crave that high-intensity, entertaining approach, while an Arsenal team overly reliant on Robin van Persie must dream of an attacking line as impressive as that supplied by Luka Modric's bullets." Cascarino said of Tottenham's hugely talented side.
"Emmanuel Adebayor as a target man, Rafael van der Vaart picking holes in the opposition defence, the sheer speed of Aaron Lennon and, most of all, Bale, causing chaos wherever he goes."
Tottenham are currently in third place, four points clear of Chelsea and five ahead of Arsenal in the battle to beat the Premier League's top Premier League club.