Sadly however, if rumours are to be believed, it looks like Jermain is considering moving on to a club that will give him a chance to start more games. There's no doubt that the 4-5-1 has hindered his personal progress at the club with Adebayor playing the lone striker role and has therefore limited his chances.
Jermain can't be faulted for his work rate and dedication to the Tottenham cause but he's an ambitious guys, and a rare breed of footballer in these modern times who will put playing before the money. It now appears that he is unlikely to get the regular starts a player of his quality deserves for Spurs and no doubt plenty of clubs will be after his signature, especially if he gets the call for the Euro's this summer.
If this is the last we see of Jermain at the Lane in a Lilywhite shirt, then a massive thank you should go out for the service he has given and I wish him the best of luck for his future. Whatever he decides to do next he has already written his name into the clubs legend list.