Congolese international striker Dieumerci Mbokani has revealed that he is ready to quit Dynamo Kiev in an attempt to force through a move to the Premier League.
The 6ft 1in striker has struggled to settle into life in Ukraine following a summer move from Anderlecht. He has made only 12 appearances but has scored five goals.
Mbokani feels that he has done enough to guarantee a starting place in Oleg Blokhin's team, but it is his rotation policy that has restricted his appearances. Mbokani also stated that a big Premier League team, rumoured to be Tottenham, are interested in his services.
"I am very unhappy here," said Mbokani.
"I came to Kiev to play many matches, but because of the rotation policy of Oleg Blohkin, this has not happened. If things do not change soon, I will leave- a big club in England is after me," he added.
Tottenham's Premier League rivals Arsenal have previously been linked with the Congolese international, but it is Andre Villas Boas's side that are the favourites for Mbokani's signature, should he leave in January.
Ukrainian reports have suggested that Kiev would be willing to let Mbokani leave for the £6million fee they paid Anderlecht in June 2013.
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