Tottenham Hotspur’s Troy Parrott has told Voetbal Primeur that he’s unsure of where he will play next season.

The striker hasn’t managed to cement a place at Spurs and has been out on loan since the start of the 2020/21 season. He’s been at Excelsior Rotterdam this season and has starred for them, scoring 13 goals and registering five assists from 30 games.

Excelsior Rotterdam will face NAC twice in the playoffs to avoid relegation and the 22-year-old will have to return to Tottenham after his season with the Eredivisie side.

“I don’t know exactly what will happen. I still have two matches here and then perhaps international matches, but I am looking forward to next season,” he said.

On April 23rd, we covered claims from the Dutch press explaining that AZ Alkmaar have set their sights on the 22-year-old to replace Vangelis Pavlidis. It was also said they have made first contact with Tottenham over a potential deal in the summer window.

Earlier this month, Algemeen Dagblad backed up AZ’s interest, and the north London club will have to make a decision on the player’s future.

The Republic of Ireland international’s current deal at Spurs lasts until 2025 and he has hopes of making into Ange Postecoglou’s plans next season.

“I’ve always wanted that, ever since I came to the UK as a boy,” Parrott explained.