The Tottenham youngster is hoping for another loan to continue his development.
Speaking to the Independent, Milos Veljkovic has admitted that he wants to keep playing in the Championship or abroad to continue his development after a good season with Charlton Athletic.
He said: “Hopefully I showed what I can do in the World Cup. I want to play in the best league in the world. This year, I just want to get more experience, more games in the Championship or abroad. At international level I have done well. Now I need to make the next step at club level.”
Veljkovic was one of the Serbia team who won the Under-20 World Cup, and the versatile midfielder looks to have all the talent to be a success at the top level.
Naturally a defensive midfielder, he can also play at centre-back, although his technical ability is wasted in the deeper role.
A strong ball-winner with a wide range of passing, he has the ability to dominate games, but a first-team role is still looking far away at Spurs - despite the lack of defensive midfield cover at White Hart Lane.
Another loan deal is expected, and Veljkovic sounds keen on returning to the Championship this season, or perhaps on a loan deal to one of Europe’s top leagues to continue his development.
With the potential he has shown, Spurs would be making the wrong decision to keep him around the fringes of the first-team, and making sure he is guaranteed first-team football for 2015/16 should be their first priority.