Tottenham Hotspur striker Emmanuel Adebayor has stated his intention to stay at the North London club beyond the end of the summer transfer window.
Adebayor's 2014-15 campaign saw him battle injury, lack of form and personal problems, including a long-running feud with family members on Facebook.
The Daily Mail reported in April that Spurs had come to an agreement with Adebayor, which would see the player leave the club with 12 months remaining on his £100,000-a-week contract
But after scoring the late winner in Togo's 2-1 African Cup of Nations qualifying match over Liberia, the 31 year old took to Twitter to pledge his future to Spurs ahead of the coming season.
"Feeling really fresh after my goal," the ex-Manchester City and Arsenal forward said. "Can't wait to come back to Tottenham and show everyone the passion I have for the club. Looking forward to pre-season."
In the three seasons since joining Tottenham on a permanent deal from City, Adebayor has scored just 18 league goals in 54 appearances. This form has seen him slip behind Harry Kane and Roberto Soldado in the pecking order.
With Adebayor approaching the final 12 months of his contract, this summer represents the last chance for the club to recoup a fee for the Togo international, who can begin talks with rival foreign clubs come the January transfer window.
After becoming the first Tottenham striker to reach 30 goals in a season since Gary Lineker, Kane is expected to begin the new campaign as first choice in Mauricio Pochettino's attack, while Soldado could also stay, making Adebayor's task of breaking into the first team a tough one.