Roman Pavlyuchenko has made clear there is no rift between him and Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp.
The Russia striker turned out for the reserves on Monday night after playing for just eight minutes of the last two Spurs first-team games, sparking rumours in Moscow that he could be set for a move.
But his agent insists that the former Spartak Moscow marksman has not instructed him to look for a new club.
'There's very little possibility that Pavlyuchenko is going to move clubs in summer,' Oleg Artemov told Tvoi Den daily in Moscow.
'All is fine for him in England. He didn't play in the last couple of games due to an injury he got in Carling Cup final against Manchester United that is still not completely healed.
'As for Redknapp, Roman is on very good terms with him.'
Speaking before the Wembley match, 27-year-old Pavlyuchenko revealed his dream was to play for Manchester United in the future.