The 29-year-old England midfielder was expected to leave White Hart Lane during the transfer window, but a move to Sunderland collapsed.
Jenas started last season on loan at Aston Villa before an achilles injury forced his premature return to Spurs. After six months in recovery, Jenas made his return on the 25th of August, coming on as a substitute during Tottenham’s 1-1 draw with West Brom.
After starting his career with Nottingham Forest, Jenas transferred to Newcastle United in 2002 for £5m before joining Tottenham Hotspur in 2005 for £7m. He’s made 387 appearances scoring 42 times, and also won 21 caps for the English national side.
With David Norris and Paul Green both out injured, Neil Warnock will be desperately trying to reinforce his midfield.