Tottenham striker Dimitar Berbatov says he is becoming frustrated with the constant speculation surrounding his future at White Hart Lane.
Berbatov’s has been linked with a move during this month’s transfer window with Chelsea, and Manchester United reported to be keen on signing the Bulgarian.
“There are too many speculations around my name, but most of them are foolish,” Berbatov told Bulgarian television.
“It’s absurd and I’m tired of seeing my name in the newspapers. I want to live in peace. It is getting too much.
“I am a Tottenham player and I’m trying to give my best, so I can help my team. I’m happy when we play well and I’m miserable when we lose our games.
“I’m happy at the moment. You can win titles and medals with every team and I can win with Tottenham too.”
Spurs are determined to keep Berbatov and Juande Ramos declared last week that it would take a British record transfer fee of £31m to persuade the club to sell.
“It’s ridiculous, I don’t think that I’m worth so much money,” added Berbatov. “I just have to do my job and score goals. I’m not a one-man team.
“Everybody in the team supports me and I’ve never heard a reproach or felt envy.
“Juande is very good, both as a man and as a coach. He sees even the small details that remain hidden from most people.”