Michel Vorm has told Tottenham Hotspur that he will consider quitting the club if he does not get regular first-team football.
Vorm was upset that he was dropped for the Capital One Cup final in place of Hugo Lloris, despite featuring in every game in the competition in the build-up to the final.
There is only one way that Vorm is going to get regular action between the sticks at Spurs and that is if Hugo leaves the club in the summer, there has been plenty of press speculation suggesting he could move to a club where Champions League football is on offer but I would like to think that Levy and co will be doing everything in their power to keep the French skipper in N17 to the extent where I used my latest Bet365 betting promo code to back him to stay at the club.
Vorm told the Sunday People: “Once the season is over I’ll sit down with the club staff and my agent to weigh things up.
“I signed a four-year contract last summer, but I don’t see myself sitting on the bench for that time. I think I’m too good a keeper to do that.
“I was hugely disappointed to be left out of the League Cup final, although I am a professional. I did not get an explanation either before or after the final. But Spurs wanted to win the cup, and the manager picked his strongest side including his first-choice keeper.
“When I broke into the first team for Premier League games, I knew it would only be temporary. At this stage of the season I’m not going to keep Lloris out of the side. But the coaching staff were happy with me for coming in without any fuss when Hugo was injured.
“That says something about my status at Spurs. At other clubs, panic breaks out the moment the first-choice keeper gets injured.
“I can sense that Spurs are much bigger than Swansea. They get mentioned in the same breath as Chelsea, Manchester United and City when people make their end-of-season predictions.”
He can ‘sense’ that Spurs are much bigger than Swansea? Bit of a strange comment from Vorm to round things off.
Update – Vorm has since posted on his Twitter…
Please ignore quotes from me in the paper today. I didn't say any of that, very happy at Spurs, big game today #COYS
— Michel Vorm (@Vorm_Official) May 3, 2015
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