'Things change quickly' - Paulinho coy on Tottenham future

The Brazilian says he is enjoying life at White Hart Lane, but, with speculation linking him with Roma and Zenit Saint Petersburg, he admitted anything could happen in the future
Tottenham midfielder Paulinho has hinted that he could leave the north London club in the future, though will give his all for Spurs in the meantime.

The Brazil international, who only moved to White Hart Lane from Corinthians in the summer, has been linked with a move to Zenit St Petersburg to join up with former Tottenham boss Andre Villas-Boas, who was axed in December.

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And while the 25-year-old insists he is focussed on his duties at Spurs, despite falling down the pecking order under new head coach Tim Sherwood, he also opened the door to a move away.

"What I always say is when I am at a club I am enjoying what that that club has to offer," Paulinho told the Welwyn Hatfield Times on Friday when questioned about speculation linking him with Serie A side Roma.

"I am training for the club and I am focussed on them.

"I don’t know for the future as we know in football things change very quickly."

The Brazilian, who cost £17 million last summer after starring at the Confederations Cup, has made 24 appearances in the Premier League this term, scoring four goals.