Radek Cerny knows he's leaving Tottenham at the end of the season.

The Czech Republic goalkeeper's long-term loan from Slavia Prague is due to expire in the summer and he does not expect to be retained.

"The season ends on May 12th and I can say that it is 90 per cent certain that I will end at Tottenham," Cerny told Czech daily Pravo. "My contract will expire and we have not discussed a new one, so I will be looking for a different club.

"I would like to stay in England and believe, since I am playing in the Premier League, that I will have some offers."

Cerny is currently back in the starting line-up for Spurs because of an injury to Robinson and he admits his biggest regret is not starting the Carling Cup final.

"I am glad that I am again in the goal at the end of the season, although I am playing only because Robinson is injured.

"I have appeared in a lot of games during the season, I was No.1 for a while. I was just sorry to be dropped prior to the Carling Cup final.

"Although I think it was not only because of the mistake I had made in the previous game. But it makes no sense to mull over it."