Tottenham defender Danny Rose has admitted that his days in north London 'are numbered' as he heads into the final year of his contract.

The 30-year-old has been associated with Spurs for 13 years after opting to leave Leeds United when he was a teenager, playing 156 Premier League games for the club in that time.

But since José Mourinho was appointed as manager in November, replacing the sacked Mauricio Pochettino, Rose has been forced out of the first team picture, joining Newcastle on loan in January with a view to a permanent move.

Now, speaking to the Mirror, Rose has admitted that his time at Tottenham is likely coming to a permanent end, revealing that he's currently 'playing for my future' in the north east.

Now, speaking to the Mirror, Rose has admitted that his time at Tottenham is likely coming to a permanent end, revealing that he's currently 'playing for my future' in the north east.