Martin Jol has played down reports claiming he might quit the club in favour of a return to Holland and the vacant managerial post at Ajax.

The Dutchman has helped turn Spurs season round since replacing Jacques Santini earlier this season and insisted he is not tempted by a switch to Ajax, who are looking for a replacement to Ronald Koeman.

“It’s not a big issue, my future is at Spurs, I’m satisfied here,” said Jol.

“I might get sacked in two weeks’ time and I would have to change my mind but the whole question of joining Ajax is just hypothetical.

Jol was linked with the Ajax job after Johann Cruyff said he had been impressed by the job Jol had done at Spurs in a short space of time.

Jol is a highly regarded coach in Holland, where he won Dutch coach of the year awards in both 2000 and 2001.