Tottenham midfielder Andros Townsend has revealed he will sit down with boss Andre Villas-Boas to discuss his future at the club.
The 21-year-old has been sent out on nine different loan spells since signing a professional deal with the north London club in 2009.
The midfielder believes that he has shown enough willingness to go out and get regular football, while at the same time putting in performances to be handed a chance under the Portuguese manager next term.
The England Under-21 international believes that this is his final chance with Spurs and insists that he will try hard during pre-season to impress the boss, but he does not want any more loan spells.
Townsend said: “At this stage of my career I’m going to give it a real big go pre-season at Tottenham, and if I’m still not getting the games, I don’t want to go out on loan again.
“I’ve had nine loans now and I need to move on a permanent basis if I don’t get regular games for Spurs.”
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