Tottenham Hotspur playmaker Luka Modric has committed his immediate future to the club stating he has no plans to leave before the end of the season.
The Croatian signalled his intentions to leave during the summer for Chelsea, to help fulfil Modric's Champions League ambitions.
However, with Spurs now four points ahead of The Blues in the Barclays Premier League, Modric is likely to stay put, with a new contract in the offing.
"All this talk is just in the press - I don't know anything about any of these supposed offers," Modric said.
"We are doing our best to ensure Tottenham get the results the fans and the club demand.
Given the current situation, and particularly given the fact I don't want a repeat of what I went through during the summer transfer window, I can say with almost 100% certainty that I'll be staying at Tottenham until the end of the season.
"I would always say that, theoretically, there is a small chance I could leave, if the club receive a suitable offer and it's one I wouldn't want to turn down, but the reality is that I expect to stay at Spurs until June, and then we will see.
"Everything is possible, but it's not something I'm concerning myself with. So long as I am fit and playing well, I'm happy just to see what happens.
"If I stay at Tottenham, nothing will change. I will give my all in every game."