Jol won't rule out Tottenham return

Martin Jol is holding out hope of one day returning to manage Tottenham.

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The Dutchman, sacked 10 days ago and replaced by Juande Ramos, is now pondering his next move, with PSV Eindhoven favourites to secure his services.

But he believes a return to Spurs, who he led to two straight fifth-placed finishes in the Barclays Premier League before as disastrous start to this season, is not out of the question.

"I'm a fighter. I still have the feeling that you never know," he said in the Sunday Times.

"I was thinking of Ottmar Hitzfeld. He left (Bayern Munich]), waited two-and-a-half years, returned. In football it's all about circumstances, opportunities.

"I realised I had to move on now and Tottenham will do fine. When I started, I said I want to have a bit of a feeling of Bill Nicholson and I was honest.

"In a couple of years I'm not sure the same people will be there (on the board)."

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