TOTTENHAM sporting director Damien Comolli's job is reportedly hanging by a thread, after chairman Daniel Levy was left less than impressed with the club's lack of transfer activity on transfer deadline day, writes Craig Rodhouse.

Despite signing defender Vedran Corluka and forward's Roman Pavulychenko and Fraizer Campbell on Monday, it is believed that Levy had left it down to Commoli to sign another striker to fill the gap left by Dimitar Berbatov's departure. And it seems according to media reports that the Tottenham chairman was left disappointed that the club couldn't attract another forward to White Hart Lane.

"I am particularly disappointed we were unable to make one additional signing – another experienced striker." admitted Levy.

"The deal was agreed but fell through in the final moments due to agent activity."

Spurs have also signed David Bentley, Luka Modric, Roman Pavlyuchenko, Huerelho Gomes and Giovani Dos Santos during the summer, and Commolli believes that these signings will more than fill the gaps left by former strike pair Dimitar Berbatov and Robbie Keane.

"I think we got a lot of the players we wanted – and early," said Frenchman Comolli.

"Spurs had to think about building a team with a future and that’s exactly what we’ve done.

"We are younger, there is more depth and we know that everyone we have brought in is absolutely committed to the club."

Front men such as Sergio Garcia, Diego Milito, Kevin Doyle and Emile Heskey were all reported targets for the Lillywhites, but Juande Ramos will now have to rely on Pavulychenko, Campbell and Darren Bent to fire the north Londoners to victory this campaign.