Spurs striker issues ultimatum
Spurs striker Jermaine Defoe has revealed he would like more game time this season or he may have to look at moving on.
Defoe has warned Tottenham boss Andre Villas-Boas he does not want to go through another 'heartbreaking' year on the substitutes' bench. The 29-year-old found himself playing a back-up role for most of last season under former boss Harry Redknapp. The former Portsmouth and West Ham hit-man found the back of the net 17 times last term but was still second choice to on loan Emmanuel Adebayour. A number of clubs are thought to be keeping a close eye on the England International with the new season just around the corner. "Everyone knows how much I love Tottenham. Everybody knows that they are the club I want to play for," said Defoe. "But last season was heartbreaking for me in terms of putting my body on the line, being prepared to give everything for the club and not getting a game. "Obviously I have to think seriously about my future. I will talk to the club and see what happens but right now all I want to do is what is best for Tottenham."