Fulop considers summer move
Hungarian under-21 international Marton Fulop has become a key part of the Coventry City side since joining on loan in October and knows that his chances of first-team football back at Tottenham are slim.
He said: 'I am doing my best but for as long as Paul Robinson is at the club I think it would tough for me (to play in the first team).
'That's why I feel that if a suitable offer comes in - I feel first-team football is vital at this stage of my career - I might move clubs.
'I feel great in Coventry. I feel the team has stepped forward in the last couple of months and if the season was starting now, then we would be big favourites to reach a promotion place. That will be the aim for next season.
'It seems like I will play a big part as I like the team and the supporters and I feel the club trusts me. It is clear that this club is on the right track.'
City boss Micky Adams clearly rates the 22-year-old and may have extra funds at his disposal to make an offer for Fulop in the summer if Spurs are willing to let the player go.