Tottenham captain Hugo Lloris has suggested that he may leave north London before he finishes his career - hopefully with a Premier League title under his belt.
The 32-year-old has been struggling with a thigh injury in recent weeks, but returned to action on Saturday against West Ham - where he pulled off three wonderful saves to help earn Spurs a 1-0 win at the London Stadium.
The fun didn't stop there for Lloris however, as he participated in a quickfire game of 'yes or no' with French media publication Téléfoot. The French goalkeeper, who lifted the World Cup trophy this summer in Russia, answered a variety of questions about the past, present and future - and dropped a major hint about his long-term future, suggesting that a move away from Tottenham could be in the offing.
"I don't think so," was Lloris' reply when asked whether or not Spurs will be his last club - though there is no suggestion that he is angling for a transfer any time soon.
Instead, his answer would most likely imply that Lloris is considering a return to France (potentially with OGC Nice, his first professional club) before he finishes his career, given the fact that he still has four years remaining on his current Tottenham contract.
He then went on to reveal that he did not receive any offers to leave the club over the summer, before adding "I hope so" when asked whether or not Spurs will end their recent run of title near misses and eventually win the Premier League.
Lloris, who has earned 105 international caps for France, will hope that Spurs' impressive start to the season is indeed the catalyst for silverware this season - with seven wins our of their first nine league games leaving them in fourth place, just two points behind leaders Manchester City.