The goalkeeper has fallen down the pecking order at White Hart Lane but is hopeful that he may get some more playing time under new manager Andre Villas-Boas
The former PSV man was deposed as the club's first-choice last season, with former boss Harry Redknapp choosing to place his faith in the experienced Brad Friedel instead.
"I have two more years under contract at Spurs and I intend to fulfil them. But I’m tired of Europe, I have reached my limit here," Gomes told reporters.
"I’m 31-years-old and I’m thinking about moving back to Brazil. Atletico Mineiro wanted me, but Tottenham asked them to pay a fortune of £8 million for me and the negotiation finished."
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However, with the club under new management, the goalkeeper has refused to throw in the towel just yet, having seen some welcoming signs that he may have a brighter future at White Hart Lane under Andre Villas-Boas.
"I’m sure that Villas-Boas’ arrival is going to help me," he added. "He is great and he wants to do the best for Tottenham.
"I’m sure he will achieve many things here. I hope I could play in his team until 2014."