Niko Kranjcar is concerned that he may have to make a move away from Tottenham in order to gain regular first team football, according to The Times.
The former Portsmouth midfielder was brought in by manager Harry Redknapp in 2009 and was a permanent fixture for Spurs until his ankle injury last season.
The Croatian has since fallen down the pecking order, as he is yet to start a game for the north London club this season. And having been an unused substitute in six games coupled with being left out of the starting line-up for the League Cup tie against Arsenal, the midfielder is thought to be frustrated with his situation at White Hart Lane.
French club Monaco and two unnamed clubs in the Premier League are believed to be keen on acquiring Kranjcar, but it is said that Spurs boss Harry Redknapp may not allow him to leave.