The Spurs boss has expressed his desire for the midfielder to remain at the club, despite the player admitting he wants to leave if he cannot secure a regular first team spot
Following the arrival of Mousa Dembele last summer, as well as impressive performances from the likes of Sandro and Scott Parker, Huddlestone has struggled to hold down a place in the starting XI this season.
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"The words are understandable from a player who has not been involved as much as he wanted," he told reporters.
"I think we have seen lots of players in midfield this season raise a level. It is incredible.
"From the moment Sandro got injured, he was the number one recoverer of the ball and Mousa was also in the top 10, so it was very difficult for him [Huddlestone] to get into the team and when the chance happened it opened up for Scotty [Parker].
"So it is difficult [for him] to break into the team. But with performances like this he is able to get more chances, definitely."