French striker Loic Remy has indicated that he would like to remain at Marseille despite their being a lot of interest from a number of Premier League clubs.
Tottenham were keen to bring the striker to White Hart Lane during the January transfer window after manager Harry Redknapp decided to let Roman Pavlyuchenko leave the club, but Remy was not interested in leaving the club.
It now appears as though Remy is determined to stay with the Ligue 1 side despite continued interest from England.
"I already said I am not ready to leave for the moment," Remy told La Provence, as reported in The Metro.
"There are offers, in England especially, but I do not feel I have had a complete season for Marseille and have a sense of unfulfilled duty."
Tottenham could be short of attacking options next season as Emmanuel Adebayor is due to return to Manchester City at the end of the season when his loan deal expires.
That would leave just Jermain Defoe and Louis Saha as the only recognised first team strikers at the club.
There has been no suggestions that Tottenham would attempt to sign Remy during this transfer window, but the striker did admit that his situation could change after the European Championships in the summer.
"I would like to stay for one more year. Now, there are the Euros, and we'll see what happens, as that may determine things," added Remy.