Marseille striker Loic Remy would find a move to Tottenham hotspur tough to turn down, according to the player's agent Frederic Guerra.
Manager Harry Redknapp declared his interest in the France forward earlier this week, following reports the club were preparing a €22 million bid for Remy.
With the club chasing down the Premier League title, a January move for the 25-year-old would greatly assist Spurs' challenge.
His agent Guerra said: “Tottenham is a good club performing at a high level. It is natural to be interested, how do you say no?
“Spurs have a good eye but I think they will have only a small chance in January.
“Loic is happy in Marseille and he is concentrating on this season.
Remy has played a mar role in rejuvenating the French national team under Laurent Blanc, who will take on England at this summer's European Championships.
Guerra is expecting big things of Remy in the future.
"After Euro 2012 the whole of Europe will want to sign him," he added.
“He plays like Thierry Henry - his next move will be to a club at a high level.”