Wantaway Tottenham Hotspur striker Roman Pavlyuchenko has hit out the north London club for not allowing him to move on in the January transfer window.
The 28-year-old Russia international is a fringe player under manager Harry Redknapp and Pavlyuchenko is desperate to move on kick-start his career elsewhere.
He told Sport Express:“I think only about my move from Tottenham. Lokomotiv Moscow made a really worthy offer and if I sit on the subs’ bench they won’t offer the same sum in the summer.
“Redknapp is ready to let me go, but I still keep on watching our games from the bench.
“At the same time I am convinced that the head coach doesn’t need my services, he doesn’t see me in his playing schemes. But why doesn’t he agree to sell me then?
“I don’t see any future for myself at Tottenham. It’s a really big club with super fans who like me, however I think it’s an end of the story, not with the team, but with the head coach.
“Just look at the situation. The head coach does not see the player in the team, while the player wants to leave.
“They have a worthy offer from the other club and at the same time nothing happens. I need to change the club not only to play football, but for an emotional boost.”