Portsmouth 'keeper David James has dismissed speculation that he is set for a move to White Hart Lane in January, and insisted he is happy at Fratton Park.
The England shot stopper has been rumoured to be unhappy on the South Coast following Portsmouth's abysmal start to the season that has seen them rooted to the foot of the table.
Spurs boss Harry Redknapp has spoken warmly about James in public recently, and is keen to re-unite himself with the former Liverpool man, after guiding James and Pompey to the FA Cup in 2008.
But the impressive recent form of Heurelho Gomes has reportedly helped cool 'arry's interest, and now the 39-year-old has poured cold water over speculation that he wants to leave the club, where, he believes results will soon pick up.
"I am happy. My son is training with the club.
"I'd rather the team were in a better position but, as a player, I am responsible for where the team ends up.
"With the ownership settled, most things are in place. We just need to pick up some results.
"It is surreal right now because there is a good vibe about the place for a club at the bottom."