Kevin Wimmer continues to impress Tottenham supporters.
Tottenham defender Kevin Wimmer still faces an uncertain season heading into the new season - but fans are keen for him to stay put.
In response to a message posted by Wimmer last night, Spurs supporters pleaded with the Austrian international to stay put.
Kevin Wimmer in action against PSG
Wimmer was quoted by Laola1 earlier this month admitting he is open to moving on from the club in order to get regular playing time.
He said: "In the next days and weeks, the main focus will be on which offers there are. We will definitely look around. It's the right time to look for a place where the chance to get regular playing time is higher.
"We have already made known to them [Tottenham] that we are on the scout."
Tottenham have slapped a £20 million price on Wimmer, The Sun report, which on the face of it seems expensive, but considering fees other players have been sold for this summer is not to excessive, even though it so far appears to be pricing him out of a move.
Wimmer started just four games for Spurs last season in the Premier League despite head coach Mauricio shifting to playing three at the back.
At the weekend night he featured in a friendly win over Paris Saint-Germain, and sent a message after the victory showing that at present his focus is fully on Tottenham.
His plans could quickly change if an interested clubs stumps up a fee Tottenham would accept.
Spurs fans were quick to respond to Wimmer's message urging him to keep the faith and play at least another season in North London.
Everybody wants you to stay— Eric Dier FC (@pjg1999) July 23, 2017
Keep putting in the work, Kev! We know you are talented! You'll get your chance!— ㅤ (@G0Spurs) July 23, 2017
You'll get your chances when Poch will play three in the back. Hang in big man— Hamza Ali (@hamzaoscar11) July 23, 2017
Don't leave Kevin. Stay and claim your place!— Nick (@NickWhiteman1) July 23, 2017
Stay!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!— R Power (@Richispower) July 23, 2017
Please don't leave.— Shelley Johnson (@shelleyj89) July 23, 2017
Tottenham's Kevin Wimmer in action with Aston Villa's Jordan Veretout