Niko Kranjcar claims to be unaware of what the future holds for him at Tottenham, with a lack of communication leaving him in the dark.
The Croatia international has often found himself on the fringes of the first-team fold at White Hart Lane, leaving him frustrated and considering his options.
He finds himself in a similar situation this summer, with it unlikely that he will be a regular in 2012/13.
Spurs have been reluctant to part with his services in the past, with competition for places important, but Kranjcar may decide to force their hand.
He claims he has been given no indication by boss Harry Redknapp as to where he figures in his plans, if at all, and says he knows nothing of reports linking him with a move to Dynamo Kiev.
"I don't have any contact with my manager Harry Redknapp," Kranjcar told Sportske Novosti.
"When I was leaving London to head back home to Croatia, he didn't tell me anything about next season. So I don't really know if he is counting on me or not.
"A move to the Ukraine? I don't know. Nobody has told me about this.
"Maybe Tottenham are talking with Dynamo Kiev, I just don't know. I'm in the dark. Nobody has told me anything."