Danny Rose has stated he doesnt regret speaking out on Tottenhams transfer policy and the clubs ambition.
Rose has been a Spurs player since 2007 and has established himself a first-team regular after loan stints at Watford, Sunderland, Bristol and Peterborough.
The 27-year-old has previously been critical of Spurs lack of spending, but has previously apologized for the timing of his comments.
However, Rose remains keen to move on from his outburst despite revealing he doesnt regret it.
It happened 10 months ago, there is no point talking about it now, Rose said. I regret nothing, I didnt tell any lies.
I like to think everyone has moved on, I am here and I am looking forward to coming back to pre-season and hopefully me and Ben can start fresh and fight for the number one position.
I have learned my lesson on speaking on that sort of stuff. It is good that the manager has come out and said that [comments on being brave].
I hope the manager, his coaching staff, the recruitment staff and the chairman can all come together and give the manager what he wants.
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Spurs finished the season in third place with their entertaining 5-4 victory over Leicester enough to secure a position in the top four on the final day of the Premier League season.
While Rose and his Spurs team-mates wait for next seasons fixtures, he has the task of representing England at this summers World Cup after being announced in Gareth Southgates World Cup squad.