Tottenham Hotspur's Vlad Chiriches needs to move on this summer, with his chances of playing becoming more and more limited.
Chiriches joined Spurs in the summer of 2013, but he has failed to have the desired impact at White Hart Lane, with his performances falling below the quality required.
The Romanian has slipped down the pecking order under Mauricio Pochettino's stewardship and it is surely time for him to move on, after he has failed to even get onto the Spurs substitutes' bench recently.
Chiriches seemed to have a mini-revival just before the January transfer window, with Pochettino exposing him to regular first-team football.
The 25-year-old was utilised at both right-back and centre-back throughout December and January - and he was handed six appearances over those two months.
At that stage it appeared that he would be considered as back-up, but he is not even getting near the team now.
Chiriches has not been seen in a Spurs shirt since the end of January and it seems that there are a whole host of players ahead of him in the selection order.
With a number of clubs reportedly interested in signing Chiriches, according to the London Evening Standard in the previous transfer window, it appears there would be no shortage of interest in the defender if Spurs put him up for sale and they must be considering that option.
Tottenham reportedly rebuffed offers for Chiriches last month and the player seemed happy to stay, but it seems unlikely that both parties will make the same mistake again and it would be hugely surprising if he remained part of Spurs' squad next campaign.