The agent of Luka Modric has insisted the player will not be handing in a transfer request to Tottenham.
Modric has been linked with a move away from White Hart Lane and last month confessed that he would like to move to rivals Chelsea.
The Blues had a £22m bid rejected and, after meeting with chairman Daniel Levy, Nikky Vuksan insists his client will not be looking to force a move away from Spurs.
“I don’t think he will hand in a transfer request. He will honour his contract,” Vuksan said.
“He wants to play in the Champions League and win trophies. The only way we can resolve this is to sit down and talk.
“Luka will report today for training and will do his best, as always.
“I have never been in a situation before where a player has had to fight a club and it’s not something we want to do.
“The only official offer so far is from Chelsea and we haven’t talked to any clubs.
“It’s no surprise that there is interest in Luka though, because he is a top, top player.”
Modric and representatives were yesterday told by Levy that he will not be sold for any price.