Hugo Lloris will not discuss his Tottenham Hotspur future until after the World Cup, the goalkeeper has confirmed.

Spurs are reportedly preparing to offer the French international a new contract but the club's failure to guarantee Champions League football for next season leaves his future in doubt with a number of clubs prepared to match his European aspirations.

Although interest from French champions Paris Saint Germain has cooled, free-spending Monaco are keen to bring Lloris back to Ligue 1 while Roma manager Rudi Garcia is also keen to enlist his services.

However, the Tottenham star is in no hurry to make a decision and insists he remains fully concentrated on Les Blues' World Cup bid.

"My future? That is a good question," Lloris was quoted as saying by Maxi Foot. I will first focus on the objective of the World Cup, and we will sort it out later."

Lloris, who joined Tottenham from Lyon for £10m in the summer of 2012, has yet to experience Champions League football with the north London club following a fifth place finish in his first season and sixth in the 2013/14 campaign.

Following the dismissal of Andre Villas-Boas the Frenchman admitted he would have to consider his future at the club should their search for European football go on.

"Without Champions League football? I've not thought about it. I must weigh things up at the end of the season," he said in January.

However, Tottenham will be boosted by recent comments from Jan Vertonghen who insisted he will not be leaving the club this summer.

Similarly to Lloris, the Belgian admitted his future may hinge on qualification for Europe's premier tournament, but has since reaffirmed his commitment to the club.

"I've got a couple more years at Tottenham and I'm happy, and I want to stay there, so it doesn't matter who the manager will be," Vertonghen said.

"He (De Boer) is a good manager but there are other good managers as well so, again, the chairman will make a good decision."