Lokomotiv Moscow still have an offer on the table for the 28-year-old, who hopes the Tottenham Hotspur boss will let him leave after tonight's match at Wolverhampton.
'I told Redknapp - one to one, not through the press - that I need to play now, or my form will get worse and worse,' said Pavlyuchenko.
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'The transfer window has closed in Europe, but in Russia it is still open and I have the chance to go there.
'Everything depends on the position of the head coach and, hopefully, after our personal conversation, it will change in my favour.
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'I've not had a final response, but I'm waiting for it after the match against Wolves.'
Birmingham are keen to sign Pavlyuchenko in the summer after coming close to agreeing a fee on transfer deadline day earlier this month, but the former Spartak Moscow player has made it clear he is not keen on a switch to St Andrew's and would prefer to return home.
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