Spurs coach Juande Ramos says he will not sell Dimitar Berbatov in the January transfer window.
Berbatov’s agent Emil Dantchev revealed that the striker would be interested in a move to “a big club”.
But Ramos responded: “Obviously Berbatov’s agent is looking to do his business and has been making comments.
“But we are happy because we have the player on a contract and we plan to keep him.”
Berbatov has been linked with Manchester United while Chelsea boss Avram Grant has admitted he is a fan of the former Bayer Leverkusen player.
The Bulgarian international scored 22 goals in his first season at White Hart Lane and has notched 11 goals this term.
Tottenham assistant coach Gus Poyet says the club has yet to receive an offer for Berbatov.
The Uruguayan said: “There is nothing on the table and there is nothing happening. It is not a problem for us. We are happy with Berba, he is here and it is no drama.
“We want to improve and we want to go to a better level – he has to stay.”
Dantchev insisted that his client was not interested in money but wanted to win trophies.
“Dimitar wants to fulfil his potential and win trophies now,” said Dantchev.
“Fans must understand time is running out for him to play for a club that can match his ambition.
“I would like to stress this is not about money. This is about sporting ambition.
“But after Tottenham’s bad start to the season, it is unlikely they will have the chance to do something big this season.”