The 27-year-old is content for the time being at White Hart Lane, but refused to offer any assurances on his future, should the club miss out on the Champions League places once more.
Lloris has been superb since signing for Spurs from Lyon in the summer of 2012.
But while the Frenchman has gone on to establish himself as one of the Premier League’s top goalkeepers, he has admitted he is torn about his future.
“The objective is to reach the Champions League. After that, it’s to close the gap on the biggest teams in the league,” Llors said.
“Without Champions League football? I’ve not thought about it. I must weigh things up at the end of the season.”
Tottenham have endured Champions League heartache in the past two seasons, firstly losing their place to Chelsea despite finishing fourth after the Blues were crowned Champions in 2012.
Last season Andre Villas-Boas saw his side pipped to fourth spot on the final day by north London rivals Arsenal, despite holding a healthy points advantage for some time.
Tim Sherwood’s side are currently fifth in the Premier League, although they only trail fourth placed Liverpool on goal difference.