But the 22-year-old admits he does not know whether or not he is a part of Harry Redknapp's plans for the coming seasons.
Huddlestone signed a five-year contract in the summer of 2008 but believes his days at White Hart Lane could be numbered.
"It's been very frustrating," he told the Daily Star.
"I'm not really sure where I stand because the manager hasn't really spoken to me, so I don't know what my situation is.
Sold"I have four years left at the end of this season. But I don't know if I will be sold because things change quickly."
Under previous manager Juande Ramos, Huddlestone was seldom given a chance in the first-team.
Even though he has been given more playing time by Redknapp, he is still unsure of his place in the squad.
"When Juande Ramos was in charge I started one out of his first 13 games and looked like I would definitely be leaving in January," he added.
"Then Harry came in and I played 10 on the bounce straight away. You can't really tell week to week. We'll see what happens."
Huddlestone is also expecting the Spurs boss to go on a summer spending spree to mould the team more towards his own tastes.
He said: "You would expect lots of changes in the summer.
"The manager spent a fair bit during January and brought in some quality players and wants to make his mark and put his own stamp on the team."