Player claims he had a difficult time at Spurs but is over the moon at current club

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Dom Le Roy

Danny Rose has claimed that he is over the moon to be playing on a regular basis after departing Tottenham Hotspur.

The left-back swapped North London for Newcastle United during the January transfer window on a loan deal until the end of the current campaign.

Rose made 16 appearances for Tottenham this season but did not feature in any of their last four games under Jose Mourinho (transfermarkt).

The Mail claimed in January that the 29-year-old was involved in a training ground bust up with Mourinho after he was left out of the Spurs squad which drew 1-1 at Watford.

Rose admitted that he has experienced a difficult few months at Tottenham and is enjoying being back on the pitch whilst also insisting that he is yet to discover a level of form which he is content with.

Rose told The Mirror: “I am over the moon I am playing every week. But if I am brutally honest and critical of myself I am not playing at the level I want to be in terms of getting up and down the pitch and getting tight to my man.

“It has been a difficult few months with not playing at Tottenham. I am getting in the groove again and better every game and hope soon to be giving 8, 9, 10 performances.”

The England international is out of contract at Tottenham in the summer of 2021 and has previously revealed his intention to run down his deal after claiming that Daniel Levy already told him that he would not be tabling a new offer (Telegraph).

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