Everton striker Louis Saha has confirmed his desire to stay at Tottenham when his contract ends this summer.
The Frenchman spent six months at White Hart Lane after joining on a short-term deal in the January transfer window.
The 33-year old faces an uncertain future with his parent club, thanks to the blistering form of Nikica Jelavic in his absence.
However, the former Manchester United man, who scored four goals in 11 appearances at Spurs, described working with Harry Redknapp as a particular highlight.
"I cannot say I want to leave," the striker told The Sun. "Harry has been good for me personally. What makes him so good is his personality, tactics and the way that he can work and relate to the players."
The north London outfit was cruelly denied Champions League qualification, despite finishing fourth this season, by virtue of Chelsea's win in the competition's final against Bayern Munich.
This could curtail the club's summer plans and any attempts to keep Emmanuel Adebayor, who spent the season on loan from Manchester City, beyond the summer.
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