Internacional striker Leandro Damiao says he has had no offers from Tottenham or any other club, and is happy to stay put this summer if nothing comes up.
Damiao has been linked with a move to Tottenham for some time, while Atletico Madrid, Napoli and Marseille are also believed to hold an interest in the Brazilian.
Spurs have attempted to sign Damiao at least twice in recent transfer windows and were close to landing their man on deadline day in January, but the move failed to materialise before the transfer window slammed shut.
After that, Spurs boss Andre Villas-Boas insisted that his interest in the forward was over - however that hasn't stopped speculation suggesting the north London club could make another bid.
Damiao says there is nothing on the table as yet ahead of the transfer window opening - and insists he will happily see out the remainder of his contract in Brazil if nothing comes up.
I am an Internacional player until 2015 and I am happy," he told Globo Esporte.
"I will leave Internacional one day but there is no offer today and maybe there won't be any tomorrow. I am calm."
Tottenham appear to be looking elsewhere this summer in their attempts to land a striker. The north London club have been linked with Barcelona's David Villa, Saint-Étienne ace Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Porto's Jackson Martinez.