Nacer Chadli is happy to stay at Tottenham Hotspur and fight for his place at White Hart Lane, his agent has claimed.
Chadli was one of a host of attacking players brought to north London over the summer with the 24 year old one of several replacements for the outgoing Gareth Bale.
He has featured in the league 13 times and with the fight for game time particularly difficult at Spurs, Chadli's agent had claimed he might look elsewhere this month to get game time in the lead-up to the World Cup.
But the Belgium international has seemingly changed his mind with David Evrard claiming he has decided to stay at the club he is currently settled at for the next six months at least.
"We have thought about a loan," he said, according to Metro. "But he has decided to stay."
This week Evrard had alerted clubs to Chadli's availability when he said the former Twente star was becoming particularly frustrated with his sporadic starts for Tottenham
"His situation is not easy at the moment," he explained. "The World Cup is arriving, so it's a problem. For him to play at the World Cup it's important, so why not a loan? We haven't spoken to Tottenham yet, but I know there are clubs interested in him.
"There are a lot of players in the same situation who are not in the team and they want to play in the World Cup, so there is a market for a lot of clubs. It's important for him not to take any risks by going to a country he doesn't know well."
Chadli is not the only summer signing at Tottenham reportedly expressing his discontent with Erik Lamela also believed to be hoping the club will let him leave on a temporary basis.