By Michael Brown

3rd May, 2020 | 4:45pm

'Unbelievable... I give credit to Levy' - Exclusive: Ex-Spur dazzled by Tottenham reveal

Michael Brown admits he has been blown away by the “incredible” transformation of Tottenham under Daniel Levy.

The former Spurs and Leeds midfielder, speaking exclusively to Football Insider assistant editor Russell Edge, has heralded how the Lilywhites have stayed financially sound while developing “amazing” facilities for the players.

A study conducted by Liverpool University and football finance expert Kieran Maguire has named Spurs as the most valuable club in the Premier League with a valuation of £2.567billion.

The investigation outlines how the Lilywhites have managed to increase income by 21 per cent while keeping their spending on the likes of transfers and wages at half of what Liverpool and Manchester United pay.

Brown has been left bowled over by Levy’s achievements in north London, insisting that the club have a fantastic base from which to push for silverware in the near future.

Brown told Football Insider: “It’s been incredible and yes the Spurs supporters are a bit upset they’re not delivering trophies but what I would say as well, and I give credit to Daniel Levy by saying how well he’s run that football club.

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“An amazing training ground, amazing stadium, and I don’t say that lightly, we’re talking amazing – I can say it’s unbelievable – amazing infrastructure, financially sound and you’ve got to take something from that – Spurs will be around for a long time.

“Yes there’s no trophies but hopefully with that base, over the next five to ten years we can see that develop into a really strong squad.” 

Spurs have finished in the top six of the Premier League every season since the 2009/10 campaign, while they have reached both a League Cup and Champions League final.

However, their last piece of silverware came back in 2008 in the shape of the League Cup.

In other Tottenham news, it can be REVEALED the club are set to lose £100m in a shattering blow.