Pavlyuchenko looking for first-team football

Tottenham striker Roman Pavlyuchenko has conceded that he would be willing to leave the club if it meant playing regular football.

The Russian, 29, has had a tough three years in England since joining from Spartak Moscow in September 2008, and has found first team opportunities hard to come by this season, being limited mainly to appearances in the Europa League and the Carling Cup.

Pavlyuchenko told The People: “If nothing changes I will agree to any loan deal. In fact, to any deal which gives me the chance to play permanently.”

Though eager for a move away, he was keen to stress his love for the club.

“I love Tottenham. The team is like my second family, but I only make it into the starting line-up in the Carling Cup and Europa League matches. That’s the reality.”

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