Jermain Defoe made his way from Tottenham to Toronto FC during the January transfer window but the English forward still has not made any appearances for his new club but he has insisted in saying that he is ready to make his debut.

Toronto FC will start their season by going against Seattle Sounders on March 16 and after going through a series of injuries, he stated that he is ready to perform with his new squad.

“I’m sure there’s going to be some meetings with the manager in the next few days but I feel good, I’m ready to go. The more you play helps, and hopefully after training with my teammates they can understand how I play, then its okay after that.” Defoe told reporters.

Tottenham offloaded Jermain Defoe to another club and Kyle Naughton is another player that might also be seeing his way out of the Premier League club unless he starts getting more playing time with the main team.

Naughton said: “I am 25 and there is a stage that you reach when you think, ‘Well, am I going to be No 1?’ That is what I am looking for. I want to be playing every single week. I want to be playing regularly. I am not sure what is going to happen, but if I can’t hold down a first-team spot then I do have to look elsewhere.”

The 25 years old English defender Kyle Naughton has failed on establishing a first team spot since he joined Tottenham in 2009 and unless he starts getting more playing time with his squad, it seems likely that Tottenham will have to offload him to another club.

Kyle Naughton’s capabilities of playing on either side of the defence might attract the attention of a European club who would be able to sign him in the summer when the transfer window re-opens.