Striker Sergei Rebrov is keen to battle for a first-team place at Tottenham and impress new manager Jacques Santini.
Rebrov has failed to establish himself at White Hart Lane
Rebrov, who has struggled at Spurs since being brought in by former boss George Graham four years ago, has been on loan at Turkish side Fenerbahce.
But the Ukrainian's agent says he will link up with the Spurs squad on 1 July and see out the final year of his deal.
Sandor Varga told the London Evening Standard newspaper: "He is determined to fight his way into Santini's plans."
Santini and new sporting director Frank Arnesen are set to review the current squad before adding any new players.
And that could hand a lifeline to Rebrov, who joined for a club-record fee of £11m from Dynamo Kiev.
He joined Fenerbahce in January 2003 on an 18-month deal with an option
to make the move permanent.