Roman Pavlyuchenko's agent claims the striker is in talks over signing a new contract at Tottenham.
Oleg Artemov believes the North London outfit are ready to tie down the Russian international to a new contract.
Pavlyuchenko looked certain to leave White Hart Lane less than a year ago when he came close to signing for Premier League rivals Birmingham.
However, the 29-year-old has since played a key role in securing Champions League football for the club.
Despite not being a regular in Harry Redknapp's side this season, the player has still scored eight goals in 21 appearances.
Artemov told Russian newspaper Sovetskiy Sport: "Redknapp wouldn't sell Pavlyuchenko now.
"The same can be said of the chairman (Daniel) Levy.
"Three months ago, Levy suggested Roman sign a new contract on improved terms. We are in negotiations and discussing the details."
Artemov also revealed Redknapp is ready to offload stikers Robbie Keane and Peter Crouch adding: "Keane will most likely be sold and maybe Crouch.
"Roman isn't even considering the option of returning to Russia any more.
"He has changed greatly over two-and-a-half years in London and has a different perspective.
"If we extend the contract with Tottenham, Roman will probably never play again in the Russian championship."
In other news, Michael Dawson played his first match for more than three months after recovering from knee and ankle ligament damage.
The defender marked his comeback with a goal as a Tottenham XI beat MK Dons 4-3 in a friendly at Spurs Lodge.