Louis Saha has made it clear that he is not looking to leave Tottenham after paying tribute to the influence of manager Harry Redknapp.
Saha moved to White Hart Lane from Everton in January on a six-month deal until the end of the season, and his future is now uncertain as Spurs assess their squad ahead of the summer transfer window.
But the Frenchman says he has enjoyed his time at the club and has been particularly impressed by the way Redknapp works with his players.
Saha is now keen to sign a new deal with Tottenham even though they have missed out on a place in next season's UEFA Champions League.
"I cannot say I want to leave," the striker said in The Sun.
"Harry has been good for me personally. What makes him so good is his personality, tactics and the way that he can work and relate to the players."
Manchester City striker Emmanuel Adebayor has also stated that he is keen to remain at Tottenham next season after spending the campaign on loan at White Hart Lane.