Sunderland boss Ricky Sbragia has again hit out at Tottenham over their public pursuit of striker Kenwyne Jones.
Spurs manager Harry Redknapp confirmed yesterday the London club had made an enquiry for the powerful Trinidad and Tobago international even though Sunderland have repeatedly insisted they are not looking to sell one of their key players.
Sbragia today told SAFC TV: "They (Tottenham) have enquired about him but it's the methods they use which is disappointing.
"A lot has appeared in the papers but the main concern is that it does not get into the player's head and that his performances for us don't dip.''
It is the second time Sbragia has questioned Tottenham's tactics in trying to get Jones to White Hart Lane.
Earlier this month, he said: "Tottenham seem to be in for everybody and they make sure it goes in the papers. That's wrong.
"We show interest in players but what I don't do is put it in the papers. Spurs do what Spurs do but it's not the way to do business. I would never leak anything out. It's not right.''