Sandro wanted in Italy. (Reuters)

Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Sandro is fully aware Roma and Inter Milan are interested in signing him but remains completely focused on life at White Hart Lane.

The Brazilian has found himself linked with a move away from north London in recent weeks with his agent also confirming a number of Italian clubs were tracking his client's progress in the build-up to the January transfer window.

Reports in the Italian press have suggested both Roma and Inter were looking to capitalise on the havoc that emerged in the immediate aftermath of Andre Villas-Boas' dismissal with a bid for Sandro just in time for the January window.

But the former Internacional midfielder has rejected claims a move to Italy could be imminent.

"I have heard that Inter and Roma are following me but I'm happy here at Spurs," Sandro told Radio Bradesco Esportes. "I have no concrete contact with anyone. This is just talk. Of course, it is nice to be appreciated."

After returning from a cruciate knee ligament injury that made the midfielder question his future in the game, Sandro has been a consistent figure in his side's engine room, vying with the likes of Paulinho, Mousa Dembele and Etienne Capoue for a starting berth.

The Brazil international has yet to appear for Spurs under Tim Sherwood having been side lined through injury since the club's 5-0 defeat to Liverpool.

When asked of interest in his client's services Sandro's agent remained coy on the speculation. While he ruled out the possibility of an immediate switch he did admit a move away from White Hart Lane is a distinct possibility in the future.

"Now he is happy, he is fit and he is doing well in London," Sandro's agent Angel Leon revealed. "He is playing consistently even though he knows that in Italy there are several clubs that are interested. But he feels well in London.

"In the future, however, never say never."