Tottenham striker Vincent Janssen keeping options open this summer
Janssen endured a difficult first season at Tottenham following his £17million move from AZ Alkmaar last summer.
The Holland international arrived at White Hart Lane after scoring 32 goals for AZ but found the back of the net just six times in his 38 appearances for Spurs – starting just 14 of those games.
And the 22-year-old striker, who played second fiddle to the Premier League's top goalscorer Harry Kane, admits he is keeping his options open this summer.
"I initially found it difficult with my role as a substitute, sometimes sitting in the stands at Spurs," he told Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf.
"But I learned to deal with it.
Vincent Janssen played second fiddle to Harry Kane this season
I keep all options open
Tottenham striker Vincent Janssen
"As a young player I had to compete with Harry Kane – the top scorer of the Premier League – arguably the toughest league in the world, and a striker who is performing remains in the team.
"That [my future] is a matter for after the holidays. I want the prospect of more playing time, but otherwise I'm now better keeping my mouth shut.
"I cannot say anything about that [a return to the Eredivisie] either. I keep all options open."
Spurs team-mate Jan Vertonghen recently backed Janssen to prove the critics wrong following his poor start to life in England.
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The 29-year-old defender told the Evening Standard: "You get a lot more space [In Holland]. Every team in Holland wants to attack and they don't really think about defending.
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"That's the philosophy – just play 4-3-3 and play good football in possession, and don't think too much about defending.
"That's why I think strikers get so many chances and goals in Holland, and obviously it's different here.
"But Vincent is adapting very well now. He understands the way the gaffer wants him to play. He's so strong, he just needs that goal and then he'll be on fire.
"Vincent's working very hard. Obviously it wasn't the start he wanted but he's showing now what he's capable of.
"Can he succeed in the Premier League? Definitely, yes. I am convinced of it."