Tottenham goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes has revealed that he would jump at the opportunity to join former club PSV Eindhoven.
Gomes has endured a torrid time at Spurs since his £7.8m move from PSV in 2008, failing to make an appearance since Spurs' Europa League tie against PAOK Salonika in November 2011.
And following his disappointing performances for Spurs, he completed a loan move to Hoffenheim in the Bundesliga for the second part of last season. He made 10 appearances in Germany, showing some of the form that he displayed for former club PSV.
And Gomes himself has conceded that his situation at Spurs is not promising, and a move this summer looks increasingly likely. He also admitted that a move to PSV would be his preference.
"My situation at Tottenham is not good," Gomes told The Sun.
"I can leave on a free, even though I have a year left on my contract. I have told them I want to go. I would love to rejoin PSV. It would feel great to return as I spent wonderful years with them. I feel fitter than ever. I'm in my early 30s and I can still perform. If PSV want me, I would say yes," he added.
Should Gomes join PSV, he would face stiff competition from their current shot-stoppers. Polish international Przemyslaw Tyton and Netherlands U21 keeper Jeroen Zoet already fight for the place between the sticks, and Gomes may find it hard to break into the team right away.
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