Date of Birth:18/02/1983
Height:5' 10" (179cm)
Weight:12st 0lbs (76.0kg)
Previous Clubs:QPR, Nottm Forest (loan), Tottenham, Newcastle, Nottm Forest
The all-action midfield ace will be with us for then remainder of the campaign, having penned a season-long loan contract.
Jenas will bring drive, energy and goals to the claret and blue attacking machine.
The England international midfielder arrived at White Hart Lane from Newcastle United in August 2005.
Since then, Jermaine's consistent performances has become an integral part of the Spurs engine room.
In his maiden campaign, 'JJ' was a key member of the side that earned a top five Premier League finish, scoring seven goals along the way.
Another eight goals during 2006-07 proved that Jermaine was one of our main goalscoring threats from midfield.
But arguably his best season to date was the 2007-08 campaign, when his six goals in 45 appearances played a key role in their run to the Carling Cup final at Wembley in February 2008, where they defeated Chelsea to claim their first trophy in nine years.
Two of those goals came in each leg of the memorable semi-final against North London rivals Arsenal, during which Jermaine was the outstanding player.
In July 2008, he signed a new five-year contract at the club, and continued to impress with four goals in 39 appearances during the 2008-09 season.
Jermaine made his name at hometown club Nottingham Forest, whom he captained at 17, before a high-profile switch to Premier League Newcastle in February 2002, aged just 18.
He made 149 appearances for the Toon, scoring 12 goals.
He was first capped at senior level by England as a 19-year-old in a friendly defeat against Australia at Upton Park.
Despite only coming on as a half-time substitute, he was still awarded the man-of-the-match award.
Jermaine has since gone on to win over 20 caps for his country, without ever really being a regular at international level - much due to the staunch competition he faces from messrs Gerrard and Lampard in his position.
He did, however, score the first goal of Fabio Capello's reign as head coach in a friendly win over Switzerland at Wembley in February 2008 and regained his place in the Three Lions fold after a year out of the frame, playing 90 minutes in a friendly defeat against Brazil in November 2009.
A combination of injuries and the form of Tom Huddlestone, Wilson Palacios and later Luka Modric in central midfield restricted JJ to 23 appearances including 13 starts in all competitions in 2009-10.
He made 28 appearances in all competitions in 2010-11 including eight appearances in their maiden Champions League campaign.
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