Coventry goalkeeper Marton Fulop is hoping Tottenham manager Martin Jol will allow his loan deal at the Ricoh Arena to become a permanent move.
City manager Micky Adams wants to buy the 22-year-old Hungarian, who has a year left on his White Hart Lane contract.
"Coventry is my first choice and the club I want to join," Fulop told the Coventry Evening Telegraph.
"I have made it clear to Spurs I do not want to be on the bench."
Fulop has made 27 appearances for the Sky Blues this season and enjoyed a loan spell at Chesterfield last season.
The 6ft 6ins keeper was signed by Spurs for a nominal fee from MTK Hungaria in 2004 but is yet to make a first-team appearance for the London club.
He said: "I want to play games and I just hope they will give a reasonable price to Coventry.
"I haven't spoken to Martin Jol but I have spoken to Hans Segers my coach and he understands my situation 100%.
"With Paul Robinson doing so well, I hope they allow me to leave the club."