Tottenham's Berbatov admits "big four" move ambitions

Tottenham striker Dimitar Berbatov has opened the door to a summer move away from White Hart Lane.

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In an interview with Sport magazine, the Bulgaria international was ambiguous when asked outright whether he would still be part of Juande Ramos's squad beyond this season.

"That is not a fair question," he said. "You can't ask me that. I am here, and I try to do my best and score goals for the team. I think I'm doing that, with the help of my team-mates and everybody else at the club."

Berbatov, who is halfway through a four-year contract, with an option of a further two years, said: "Of course, I'm happy [at Spurs]."

However, he admitted that he wanted to win the Premier League title at some point in his career.

"You have to have big ambition," he said. "I would lie if I say we don't think about the title at the start of the season. When I came, I knew that Liverpool, Man United, Arsenal and Chelsea were the Big Four and every year they fight for the title, but I was thinking, 'Why not go there and mess it up?' That hasn't happened, but we still have a good team."

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