Brazilian ready to leave White Hart Lane.
Heurelho Gomes says he will leave Tottenham if he is not given a chance to play first-team football.
The Brazilian goalkeeper has been on loan at Bundesliga outfit Hoffenheim since January, making nine appearances before a broken hand curtailed his progress.
Gomes has not made a Premier League apperance for Spurs in over two years but the 32-year-old is confident his spell in Germany can lead to a new deal elsewhere.
Spurs signed France international captain Hugo Lloris last summer and still have 42-year-old Brad Friedel on their books but Gomes hinted that staying at White Hart Lane was not out of the question if he was given playing time by boss Andre Villas-Boas.
“Even though I only started playing in January, I showed I can play a high level,” Gomes is quoted as saying by Sky Sports.
“I will only stay at Tottenham if I can play. If I can’t show my work, I will seek an organised team with a good project, be it in Brazil or abroad.”
The former PSV goalkeeper has 11 caps for his country and still harbours hopes of an international recall.
“The goalkeeper is a matter of trust, and Scolari trusts in his current three goalkeepers.
“I can’t deny they are great goalkeepers. Jefferson and Diego Cavalieri are having great seasons at their clubs, and Julio Cesar has done a lot for Brazil. But I still think I can be called up. If I have one better season, I can achieve that.”