Perry fears for Spurs career
By Steve Luckings
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
The former Wimbledon ace has moved to The Valley for a similar period but Perry feels his days under Glenn Hoddle are numbered.
Perry arguably enjoyed his best campaign at the North London club last season after years of failing to live up to the expectations of his £4 million price tag former boss George Graham paid for him from The Dons in July 1999.
The stopper is in line for his first Premiership start of the season for The Addicks against champions Manchester United on September 13 and Perry says he hopes he can establish himself and earn a permanent move to Alan Curbishley's men.
"I just want to challenge to play first-team football again," said Perry. "I have not even made the bench lately.
"Glenn Hoddle clearly has different ideas and thought other players would be better.
"I want the move to become a permanent one and I'm sure both teams will be looking at myself and Paul Konchesky to see how well we perform."