New Hull midfielder feels he wasn’t give chance under Portuguese boss.
Tom Huddlestone has hit out at Spurs manager Andre Vilas-Boas as he completed his transfer to Premier League new boys Hull City Tigers according to The Mirror.
The former Derby player joined Hull in a £5.25 million deal this week in what was a record signing for the club.
Huddlestone revealed that he felt like he was in the wilderness at Spurs and was never going to be given a chance to prove himself in the first team.
The 26 year old midfielder revealed that he does not feel he was given a fair crack of the whip under Andre Vilas-Boas.
Huddlestone claimed he grew frustrated as he would find himself in the team, put in good performances, and then be dropped for six or seven games without explanation.
With Spurs having being active in the transfer market this summer, Huddlestone decided it was the right time to call it quits.
Tottenham have splashed out on Brazilian midfielder Paulinho this summer while he has been joined this week by former Toulouse star Etienne Capoue.
Huddlestone felt he was unlikely to play first team football this year with the new signings ahead of him in the picking order, alongside the likes of Sandro, Moussa Dembele and Lewis Holtby.