Costa Rican winger urges Spurs bid

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Bryan Ruiz has urged Tottenham Hotspur to come and get him, as the player continues to prove his talent on the pitch.

The Costa Rican international has been linked with Spurs but so far no deal has been made, and it seems the winger is getting restless.

After scooping in a neat goal from a sniping run into the box against AZ Alkmaar in the Eredivisie, the FC Twente player called on Barclays Premier League clubs to get bidding.

Ruiz said: "I hope that my goal has removed any doubt from the minds of Spurs and any other clubs.

"The reluctance of clubs (to sign me) cannot be to do with my technical skills. I showed what I can do last season with Twente.


"My physical condition is not a concern. I am fit."

According to Sky Sports, Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp is set to fly out to Holland on Tusday to watch FC Twente take on Benfica in the UEFA Champions League playoffs in order to make his mind up about Ruiz who turns 26 on Thursday.

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