Jermaine Jenas has poured cold water on reports which have suggested he could be heading for the White Hart Lane exit door.
The Tottenham midfielder has been strongly linked with Aston Villa over the summer, amid rumours of a summer shake-up in North London.
Spurs boss Harry Redknapp described Jenas as one of his 'best players' earlier in the week and claimed there had been no contact from Villa boss Martin O'Neill.
Jenas, 26, is equally calm about where his future lies having reiterated Redknapp's standpoint.
Jenas told The Sun: "I'm a Tottenham Hotspur player and I'm happy here, and that's all there is to it."
Another midfielder to commit his future to Tottenham is promising starlet Danny Rose.
The England U21 international, brought to the capital from Leeds in July 2007, has signed a new contract that binds him to his present employers until 2013.