Daniel Levy will step down from his position as Tottenham chairman when he has achieved success on the pitch.
That is the view of former White Hart Lane number one Paul Robinson, speaking exclusively to Football Insider about growing fan dissatisfaction with the 59-year-old.
Levy’s decision to sack Jose Mourinho as manager a week before the League Cup final was questioned by ex-players, fans and the media.
He has also been criticised for Tottenham’s involvement in the European Super League last month.
A statement from the club on Tuesday addressed concerns which surfaced as a result of the ESL, with fan representation on the board announced.
Robinson is a “big admirer” of Levy and insisted the club’s progression and success is always at the forefront of his mind.
“Daniel has had his critics over the years but I have always been a big admirer of him,” he told Football Insider‘s Dylan Childs. “I think he has done an incredible job in truth.
“He put his head above the parapet with the European Super League and rightly he has been called out for it. He will take the flack, move on and continue to do the best by Tottenham.
“Success on the pitch, as well as off it, is at the forefront of his mind. That is why he brought in Jose.
“I don’t think Daniel will leave until Spurs get success on the pitch as well as on it.”