Eidur Gudjohnsen has agreed a move to Fulham if Tottenham Hotspur fail to either extend his current loan deal or sign him on a permanent basis this summer.
According to the News of the World, the Iceland international striker is becoming increasingly frustrated by the current situation at White Hart Lane as he looks to resolve his long term future.
While Spurs chief Harry Redknapp is happy to push through a deal to tie down the volcanic striker for another season, chairman Daniel Levy remains the only stumbling block as he wants to off-load the likes of Robbie Keane before adding more names to the books.
If a move fails to materialise with the Lilywhites, a switch to Fulham would suit Gudjohnsen, who has settled in rented accomodation in London while his family have remained in Barcelona, where his two sons have places in the Barcelona youth academy.
Yet Redknapp is expected to twist Levy's arm on making a decision sooner rather than later, with the Spurs manager keen to thrash out adeal in order to avoid losing Gudjohnsen to one of their rivals.