Emmanuel Adebayor claims game time is more important to him at the moment than discussing a permanent move to Tottenham.
The Togolese frontman has joined Spurs on a season-long loan from Manchester City and is determined to make the most of his opportunity.
With there little chance of him forcing his way back into the first-team picture at Eastlands, Adebayor was only too happy to accept a call from Harry Redknapp.
It has already been suggested that his short-term stay will be prolonged next summer, but for now the 27-year-old is fully focused on giving his all on the field and helping Spurs enjoy a productive campaign.
He told Spurs TV Online: "I'm here to help the team, score goals, make goals and make things happen on the football pitch, and we'll see at the end of the season what is going to happen."
Adebayor hopes regular football will help to restore his confidence, with a frustrating time at City having left him facing up to an uncertain future.
He added: "I've been through a lot of difficult moments. What I need is to play football.
"Harry Redknapp is a great manager and a great person. As a footballer it is really important to work with a person who really understands you, which is the key for me and he's one of the few who really understands me which is good for me.
"There's a lot of good players here and I'm here to do my job, score goals, play football, enjoy myself once again on the pitch.
"I'm in a club where everyone has confidence in me, everyone trusts me, everyone knows what I am capable of doing, which is important for me, and it's up to me to show them that they are not wrong."
Adebayor is also hoping that the Tottenham supporters will take to him despite his obvious connection with their North London rivals Arsenal.
"You have to be strong to decide to come to Tottenham, I played for three-and-a-half years for Arsenal and there's a lot of rivalry between Tottenham and Arsenal," he said.
"All I want is to play football and to enjoy myself and today I'm a Tottenham footballer, what I have to do is enjoy myself on and off the pitch.
"For me, the past is the past, I'm looking forward to the future."