Sebastien Bassong has again hinted that he may depart Tottenham in the winter if he is not given regular game time.
The 25-year old Cameroon international has started just once in the Premier League this season but despite starting five times in the Europa League (including tonight's clash with Rubin Kazan), is not happy with the treatment he has received.
Bassong is behind the likes of Ledley King, Younes Kaboul, William Gallas and Michael Dawson in Harry Redknapp's central defensive choices and says he may look elsewhere if he isn't playing regularly.
"I would love to have a long-term future at Spurs but if I'm not playing enough, I don't think I'll be able to stay at the club," he told the Evening Standard.
"For my career, for the type of player I am, I need to play week-in, week-out, so if I don't get another chance at Spurs, I'll change."