Kenwyne Jones refused to commit his future to Sunderland should the Black Cats drop out of the Barclays Premier League.
The north-east club head into the final round of fixtures still not safe from relegation should results go against them.
And Jones, who was the stand-out performer and goalscorer in Monday's 3-1 defeat at Portsmouth, said: "If we stay up I am definitely going to be here. If we go down I don't know what is going to happen.
"I can't say what is going to happen but, at the same time, I just have to work hard and do the best I can for Sunderland."
Tottenham, whose manager, Harry Redknapp, was at Southampton at the same time as Jones, made a bid for the Trinidad & Tobago international in the winter.
"Tottenham have been linked with me quite strongly for month upon month," Jones, 24, added in the Daily Mirror. "I can't say I know what is going on there or whether it is just paper talk or what. I can only focus on the job I have now."