Tottenham rebel Hossam Ghaly has told Juande Ramos he has no interest in his new regime and never wants to play for the club again, reports the Daily Mail.
Ghaly has not played for Spurs since he threw his shirt to the ground when he was subbed by former manager Martin Jol against Blackburn in May.
The Egyptian international was on the verge of completing a £3million move to Birmingham in the summer only to have a bust-up with manager Steve Bruce after allegedly complaining about the training methods and the quality of players at St Andrews.
Ghaly has been training with his former club Ahli in Egypt since then, although there were reports the midfielder may get a second chance at Tottenham now that Jol has gone.
But Ghaly said: "The arrival of Ramos won't change the situation. It wasn't only Jol, I also had a lot of troubles with the board and the fans. All I am focused on is getting prepared to play with Egypt in the Arab Games."
Ghaly, who still has two-and-a-half years left on his contract, hasn't given up hope of a move to another English club.