By Simon Harris: ITV London Correspondent
Spurs have been given the green light to approach Olympic stadium bosses about a temporary groundshare with West Ham.
Tottenham are expected to be homeless for at least a season following a legal wrangle over plans for a new ground at White Hart Lane.
The London Legacy Development Corporation, which runs the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, said today it was open to an offer.
West Ham are due to move into the £429m Olympic stadium from Upton Park in August 2016.
Dennis Hone, LLDC Chief Executive, said West Ham's fixtures would have priority but a Spurs groundshare could work.
Neale Coleman, the Mayor's Olympic advisor, said Spurs had yet to make contact but he was prepared to discuss a deal.
LLDC bosses have confirmed the £154m bill for converting the stadium into a football ground could rise because of unforseen costs to strengthen the roof.