Laszlo wants Romanov backing
Published 19:11 21/08/09 By Pa Sports
Csaba Laszlo warned Hearts owner Vladimir Romanov he will consider quitting if he is not allowed to realise his "vision" for the club.
Jambos boss Laszlo revealed he had been offered a new contract by the controversial Lithuanian but is currently stalling on extending his stay at Tynecastle. Laszlo, who joined Hearts on a three-year deal last summer, has been frustrated in his attempts to bring new faces to the club this summer following the departure of key players.
Asked if he would consider his position if Romanov fails to back him in the transfer market, he said: "If you are realistic, yes. You don't ever know what will happen in football."
Thursday night's 4-0 Europa League humiliation at the hands of Dinamo Zagreb highlighted the need to improve the squad if Laszlo is to repeat last season's third-placed finish in the Clydesdale Bank Premier League.
But Laszlo insisted he would gladly sign a new deal if his demands are met, saying: "Hearts is a great club and if I get the help to go and realise my vision, yes."