Jan Vertonghen has made it clear that he does not want to leave Tottenham Hotspur this summer and believes that playing under Mauricio Pochettino serves as his best option.
A one-year extension clause on Vertonghen's existing contract was triggered by Spurs in late 2018, keeping the Belgian at the club until the end of the 2019-20 season.
However, Vertonghen has made it clear that he is staying put, telling the Evening Standard: "I've got a year left, I will have to see what happens.
"I love being here. I feel great with the manager, he's been supporting me and making me a better player. I've got everything I want. It's the best club to play for at the moment."
Spurs have already lost a key defender in this window, with Kieran Trippier completing a £20m move to Atletico Madrid on Wednesday.
Pochettino's side are currently in Singapore for a pre-season meeting with Juventus - their first outing since the Champions League final.