Tottenham Hotspur’s Andros Townsend has played down talk of leaving White Hart Lane this month despite rumours suggesting Tony Pulis wants to bring him to West Bromwich Albion – along with Aaron Lennon – in any deal that sees Spurs obtain Saido Berahino.
Speaking to the London Evening Standard, the England international said:
“The club want me here and I want to be here, so that’s all I can say at the minute,
I’m a Spurs boy. I’ve been at the club since the age of eight so as long as I’m in the team, as I have been over the last few weeks, I’m not looking to go anywhere.
“Unless the club come and tell me they want me to leave then I won’t be going anywhere. I’m fighting for my shirt. The last six or seven windows have been the same, with my name linked with other clubs.
“Earlier in the season I was limited only to cup games, Capital One and Europa League but now hopefully I’ve broken back into that Premier League squad, hopefully I can put a run of games together and all these rumours that come about every transfer window can go away.”