Lokomotiv Moscow remain keen on Tottenham striker Roman Pavlyuchenko.

The Daily Mail says Lokomotiv are hoping to re-open talks in the summer about a move for the former Spartak Moscow striker, but Pavlyuchenko is only thinking about finishing the season strongly for Tottenham.

"I try not to think about my future in the team," he said. "At the moment it is senseless and unprofessional.

"We must finish the season, for which we have clear goals: to win the FA Cup and get into the top four in the Premier League in order to get a ticket to the Champions League. I will start thinking about my future in June.

"My teammates always treated me warmly, always supported and even showed surprise with my absence in the team. And at the moment everybody congratulates me.

"I think my good performance now is due partly to my good form and partly to the emotions of a person entering the field after a long time."