Striker Roman Pavlyuchenko has vowed to fight for his Tottenham Hotspur future amid talk of a potential summer move.
The £10million Russia striker has found the net just five times in the Premier League during his first season at White Hart Lane and has been linked with a summer departure.
Pavlyuchenko has struggled to command a starting place following Harry Redknapp's arrival as manager, but the former Spartak Moscow striker insists he does not want to leave Spurs.
"I am a Tottenham player and want to remain one," he said.
"All these talks about a sale or loan don't bother me.
"Of course it is not pleasant to be in the reserves. When I did not play for several matches I started to think everything over and to tell the truth I had some disturbing thoughts."