Victor Wanyama has insisted he is happy at Tottenham and has heard nothing about a potential transfer this summer.
The midfielder suffered a knee injury last August that looked innocuous at first but ended up keeping him out for four months.
He returned earlier this year and scored a stunning goal against Liverpool at Anfield – the strike was officially named Spurs’ goal of the season at the end of the campaign.
But Wanyama’s performances this term have been far below the level of his displays last season.
As a result, the 26-year-old’s name has come up in plenty of reports concerning Tottenham’s summer transfer plans.
Wanyama is among a number of players Mauricio Pochettino will apparently attempt to sell this summer in order to raise funds for new recruits.
But the former Celtic and Southampton man claims he is content where is and isn’t thinking about a move away from Spurs.
“I am happy at Tottenham and I am committed to the team,” Wanyama told Goal. “I am not aware of anything [regarding a move away] and I am very fine and happy where I am.”
I can only see Wanyama leaving if Spurs sign another holding midfielder – it will be difficult for him to compete with both Eric Dier and a new recruit.