Giovani Dos Santos is hoping for a final chance to prove himself to Harry Redknapp at Tottenham.
The Mexico attacker, who joined the North London club from Barcelona for £8.6million two years ago, has struggled to make an impact during his time at White Hart Lane.
Dos Santos, who has made just seven league outings, was loaned out to Ipswich and Galatasaray after damaging his ankle and is expected to depart Spurs this summer.
However, after an encouraging World Cup campaign, the 21-year-old is looking to fight for his place in Redknapp's team.
"Perhaps I arrived at the World Cup in my best moment of the season," Dos Santos told The People's website.
"I have always believed in myself and am satisfied with how well I've done out in South Africa.
"During my time at Spurs I just haven't had any luck. There have been injury setbacks, difficulties adapting, and few chances from the coach.
"But I feel I have matured and I am still very ambitious. When I left Barcelona my dream was to be a success in the Premier League - and I still think that is possible.
"I have a good relationship with Harry Redknapp, with all the coaches, so I'm not going to head back there looking for controversy. I'll accept their decisions.
"But I just think I can prove myself here with some patience and opportunities. I need to speak to the club to understand how they look at me - but ideally I want to stay."
Meanwhile, Heurelho Gomes has called on Redknapp to sign his Brazil colleague Julio Baptista, who spent a season on loan at Arsenal in 2006/07.
Gomes said: "Baptista is a very good player. He asked me about Tottenham, 'how is it there?' and I told him it is a great club to be at."