Tottenham youngster Ryan Sessegnon has insisted his goal is to establish himself at the club but admits he is not opposed to a move elsewhere if need be.

The winger is currently on loan at Bundesliga side Hoffenheim who he joined in the summer after struggling for game time at Tottenham.

The 20-year-old has failed to break into Tottenham’s first team since a £24.3m move from Fulham in 2019, where had been one of key players at the club and stars of the Championship to boot.

He’s struggled to find the same level of consistency or importance at Spurs, with just 12 appearances and 772 minutes of football for the club since his arrival.

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That’s a total he’s already surpassed in half a season at Hoffenheim, where he has 16 appearances and 1171 minutes of action to his name in all competitions so far.

It’s an experience he’s enjoying, and one he hopes can earn him the place he wants at his parent club.

“Of course my goal is to return to Spurs and try to get into this team,” he told DW.

“But if that is not possible in the next season or in the future, I would, of course, like to play in a league or a club where I can gain even more experience. And then we’ll see.

“Try a different culture, a different league, a different language and don’t be afraid because it’s a great opportunity!

“You will come back as a different person and a better player.”