Cerny content at Spurs

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Tottenham goalkeeper Radek Cerny has revealed he is content with life in North London after making his debut at the weekend.

Cerny made his first start in the absence of regular number one Paul Robinson but was on the losing side as Spurs fell to a costly 1-0 defeat at Middlesbrough.

Despite the loss, which has in all likelihood curtailed Spurs' european ambitions, Cerny is enjoying himself in the capital.

''I wanted to change my life, to start somewhere else from scratch,'' Cerny told Idnes.

''If we win at Blackburn we still have a chance. Middlesbrough and Tottenham have been fighting for 7th place, which would qualify them for the Uefa Cup.

''If City win (against Middlesbrough), all three teams will be level. It's very thrilling.

''I like it here. Our house is five minutes from the training ground. I cope with having the steering wheel on the left hand side.

''Only friends are missing.''