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Steven Caulker did not rule out a return to Swansea but wants to succeed at Tottenham
Tottenham youngster Steven Caulker did not rule out a return to Swansea but is targeting a spot in Andre Villas-Boas’ side.
The defender, who has also been named in Stuart Pearce’s Team GB squad, has the belief that he can be a regular at White Hart Lane.
“My aims now are to be at Spurs, especially at the start of the season,” said Caulker, who last week penned a new deal to stay at White Hart Lane until 2016.
“I’m looking for an opportunity there, though there’s obviously going to be a lot of competition. You’ve got to have that confidence and belief that you can break through.
“Whenever a new manager comes in there’s a fresh start for everyone and I’ll look forward to getting back to the club after the Olympics and try my best to make an impact.”
Caulker still has fond memories of his time at the Liberty Stadium.
“I’d never rule out another loan spell at Swansea,” he said.
“We had great success last year to finish 11th in the Premier League and it would be stupid to rule out playing for a club of that ambition.
“Swansea helped me massively last year, both as a player and an individual, and I’ve come a long way since I was first at the club. We made at a mark on the Premier League and it was great to be part of that.”