Goal.com revealed on Tuesday that Lloris has demanded clarification on his status within the squad from boss Andre Villas-Boas after being rotated with Brad Friedel since his arrival.
Lloris has once again stoked the fires by claiming that he is frustrated at playing second fiddle to 41-year-old Friedel, and starting just one Premier league game this season.
"Right now, we take what there is to take. Is it hard? Yes, a little," the France captain told L'Equipe.
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"I just stay professional. When you're a competitor, you want to be on the pitch."
However, when asked whether that meant he would be seeking a move away from the club at the end of the season if things do not improve, Lloris remained elusive, adding: "I'm just a player."
Tottenham play north London rivals Arsenal this weekend, with manager Villas-Boas hoping to increase his lead in the league over Arsene Wenger's stuttering outfit.