Tottenham transfer target Sebastien Corchia will put off talks regarding his future until the end of the season, according to talkSPORT.

The Sochaux defender has impressed in Ligue 1 this campaign, with Spurs and West Ham thought to be monitoring his availability.

Bayern Munich and Juventus have also been linked with the 23-year-old, but Corchia insists he's just focussing on his performances in France until the end of the season.

Speaking to France Football, Corchia said: "Now I am only thinking about survival with Sochaux. We will talk about my future in June."

The right-back has been watched by Tottenham scouts as they look to bring in competition for current first-choice Kyle Walker.

The reigning Premier League Young Player of the Year has failed to match the heights of last season, and Spurs are believed to be looking at strengthening their defence come the end of the season.

Corchia came through the Clairefontaine academy, and briefly trained with Paris St Germain.

After moving to Sochaux in 2011, the right-back came into his own, and quickly established himself as one of his side's key players.

With 26 France under-21 caps to his name, Corchia is highly-rated in his home country, but he's yet to make the jump to full national team.

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