Gomes to stay at Tottenham?
Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes has indicated that he could stay at White Hart Lane following Harry Redknapp's departure.
The 31-year-old failed to make a single Premier League appearance during last season after falling behind both Brad Friedel and Carlo Cudicini in the pecking order under Redknapp's reign in charge of Spurs.
Gomes admitted in April that he would like to return to his former club PSV Eindhoven, but the Brazilian has now stated that ''things have changed.''
''It was a very hard season, I was desperate to leave. Now things have changed as the manager left last week,'' Gomes told Arena Sportv.
The shot-stopper is also eager to force his way back into the Brazil squad, but accepts that he must be playing first-team football in order to achieve his aim.
''I want to return to the national team but I have to play first,'' Gomes added.
''Once I'm playing again, my focus will be on returning to the national team. I know how good it is to be there.
''Of course, they are rejuvenating the national team, but I'm only 31, which is a good age. I'll do very well this season.''