Tottenham’s Pavlyuchenko learnt a lot

Roman Pavlyuchenko believes he has made the right decision to leave Tottenham and return to Russia with Lokomotiv Moscow.
The Russian international striker scored 42
goals in 113 appearances for Spurs after
arriving from Spartak Moscow for 14 million
pounds, but never established himself in the
starting lineup and only managed 5 substitute appearances in the Premier League this season.
After the north London side brought in Louis
Saha from Everton on transfer deadline-day, the 30-year-old opted for an 8 million pound switch back to his homeland.
Reflecting on leaving England, Pavlyuchenko
told ITAR-TASS: “I was playing in a strong
league, I enjoyed the game and I scored some important goals. During the time I spent there, I developed as a footballer and I became more professional.
“I think all the decisions I have made during my career have been right. My decision to sign for Lokomotiv is not an exception. I could’ve stayed at Tottenham and dealt with meaningless things.
My desire is to play. I decided, together with my family, that this is the best way. “Lokomotiv are a top team and I want to help to reach the serious goals. This season it’s a reality to win the Russian title.”
Pavlyuchenko also expects to feature for the
Russia national team at Euro 2012.

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