Harry Redknapp has insisted the club have received no offers for Robbie Keane, but is prepared to let the striker leave Tottenham in the January transfer window if the right bid comes in.

Keane has cut a frustrated figure this season as he has struggled to make any sort of impact on the Spurs side. Redknapp is a huge admirer of the Republic of Ireland international and feels he would be an asset to most sides, but he cannot accommodate him in his plans due to the embarrassment of riches at his disposal.

"He wants to play," Redknapp said. "He is a boy who has played all his career, he has not been used to not playing.

"He is a fantastic player and would grace most Premier League clubs. He has just been unfortunate that Rafa [van der Vaart] came in and we have been playing with one up front - we have [Jermain] Defoe, [Roman] Pavlyuchenko, [Peter] Crouch - so it has been difficult to get him in the team on a regular basis.

"He wants to go and play somewhere. Where he wants to go or offers, I would not know anything about offers. I have heard nothing at all.

"If the right offer comes in, it will be up to the club and the chairman. I think Robbie will want to go and play, but he will not want to go anywhere. It has got to be a move he fancies otherwise he will stay and fight for his place."