Postiga's Spurs warning

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Tottenham's Portuguese centre forward Helder Postiga has warned the White Hart Lane club that he will look to move on if he is not handed a first team chance.

Postiga arrived in North London from Porto last summer, hailed as the club's new striking sensation.

However, he failed to settle and the management upheaval at the club did little to build Postiga's confidence.

Despite his troubles he was handed a place in Portugal's Euro 2004 squad and it would appear being involved in the national set-up has increased his confidence.

Postiga is looking to make an impression in Sunday's final with Greece and then head back to London for talks with new Spurs boss Jacques Santini.

"I'm not happy at Tottenham as I haven't played enough games for them and I need regular football next season," he said.

"I don't know who I will play for next season. I know there is interest from other clubs and I will make a decision after the final here.

"I need to talk to Santini and the people in charge at Tottenham. I have to find out about their plans and then I will decide what to do next."