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Danny Rose pictured was speaking exclusively to SunSport reporter Dave Kidd

The England full-back revealed he is happy in north London but would consider an offer from elsewhere as he looks to win silverware

Tottenham defender Danny Rose has addmitted he would consider leaving the club if the right offer was made and does not feel he or any of his team-mates are earning the money they are worth.

The England international, who has been linked withManchester United and Chelsea this summer, is eager to win trophies, and though he will not actively look to leave north London, Rose realises he must maximise his talents while at the peak of his career.

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In an exclusive interview with the Sun, Rose said: “I am opinionated and I might not have long left in football.

“One thing is for sure, for the rest of this career, I will play this game how I want to play it and, while I am not going to disrespect anyone, I am going to voice my opinions.”

The England star insists he does not believe he or his Spurs team-mates are paid their true worth.

Danny Rose, 27, is closing in on a comeback from a knee injury that has ruled him out since January, and he also admitted that he would look to move to a northern club before he finally retires, which further confirms the links to United.

“At my age, and having missed six months with injury, I have been thinking about this quite a lot, he told The Sun.

“I am reaching my peak and have probably only got one big contract left in me.

“Time is running out and I do want to win trophies. I don’t want to play football for 15 years and not have one trophy or one medal.

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“Sorry, that’s not what I am about. I wouldn’t be happy with that. I want to win something.

“I will say this too — I will play up north. I don’t know exactly when, but I will get back up north and play some football somewhere.

“I moved away from home (from Leeds to Spurs) at 16.

“In any walk of life, if you think you are worth a certain amount, why settle for less? I am not that person.

“If I get to levels I reached last season — and this goes out to everybody — I will make sure I get what I am worth. I don’t know how much longer I might have at this level. I’m not going to be stupid enough not to try and get the most out of it — medals, trophies and salary.

“Anyone who thinks this is primarily for money, that is not the case. But I know what I am worth.

“As with everyone else in my team, in my opinion, I am worth more than I am getting.”