Roman Pavlyuchenko is waiting to learn if he will remain at Tottenham this season as he expects at least one striker to leave White Hart Lane.
The Russian international scored 10 goals in 29 Premier League appearances last term, but is unsure if he is in Harry Redknapp's plans for the new campaign.
"I feel very much adapted and comfortable at Tottenham," Pavlyuchenko told the Daily Star Sunday. "In football, circumstances change very fast sometimes.
"Obviously, someone is going to be either sold or sent on loan. There is no news about my contract yet, so all we have to do now is to wait and see."
Pavlyuchenko joined Spurs in September 2008 from Spartak Moscow for a fee thought to be around £14m.