Radek Cerny is resigned to leaving Tottenham at the end of the season after not being offered a new deal.
The Czech Republic goalkeeper's stay from Slavia Prague is due to expire in the summer and he does not expect to be retained.
The 34-year-old shot-stopper replaced Paul Robinson as first choice earlier this season before losing his place to Robinson again prior to the Carling Cup final
Cerny is open to offers and he is hoping to find a new club in England for next season.
Different club"The season ends on May 12th and I can say that it is 90 per cent certain that I will end at Tottenham," Cerny told Czech daily Pravo. "My contract will expire and we have not discussed a new one, so I will be looking for a different club.
"I would like to stay in England and believe, since I am playing in the Premier League, that I will have some offers."
Cerny is currrently back in the starting line-up for Spurs because of an injury to Robinson and he admits his biggest regret is not starting the Carling Cup final.
Regret"I am glad that I am again in the goal at the end of the season, although I am playing only because Robinson is injured," added Cerny.
"I have appeared in a lot of games during the season, I was No.1 for a while. I was just sorry to be dropped prior to the Carling Cup final.
"Although I think it was not only because of the mistake I had made in the previous game. But it makes no sense to mull over it."