Livorno goalkeeper Marco Amelia has admitted that he will consider his future in the summer.
Amelia was linked with a number of sides across Europe in the January transfer window but in the end remained in Tuscany.
Tottenham have been connected with a move for Amelia, with Paul Robinson currently out of favour at White Hart Lane.
Amelia is aware of the speculation but insists he is remaining focused on Livorno's fight for Serie A survival.
"I know there have been contacts in January, but we will think to this in June," the 25-year-old told the Italian press.
"At this moment I must keep my feet on the ground. Staying in Serie A is the most important thing for Livorno and then there will be the European Championship.
"At this time the transfer market is in second place."
Spinelli to sell
Livorno president Aldo Spinelli, meanwhile, has revealed that he is ready to sell the club at the end of the season.
"I'm sure about this," said Spinelli. "It's a decision I took a long time over, and I think everything can be sorted before the summer."