Danny Rose has vowed to have his say.
Rose’s time at Spurs looked to be over after he was left from the club pre-season excursion to Asia so he can”explore prospective opportunities with different clubs”, but a movement never materialised.
The 29-year-old has begun all four of Tottenham’s Premier League games this season and was handed an England start in the European Qualifier against Bulgaria.
Rose is content at how things have performed but states the full facts about his situation have not yet come out.
“It wasn’t tough, it is what it is,” he explained. “Not every thing that was publicised in the summer was completely true and that I think later I’ll have my say on what that happened but I really don’t need to focus on negativity in that moment.
“I suppose I must be pleased with maybe being up available and never have started the first four games for Tottenham and the first England game of the effort.
“I can’t lie I am really happy, but that I just want to say that everything that was composed in the summer was not completely true.”
Regardless of Spurs’ openness to move on from Rose doesn’t doubt his skills and he insists his relationship with manager.
“I do not need to show myself to anybody,” he said. “I have a manager at club level who knows me. You seem at last year, I played with in the quarter-final of the Champions League, semi-finals of this Champions League and I played with and I played in the past.
“So I’ve got a manager there who believes in me.
“Then in the event that you take a look at international I’ve got a supervisor that whenever I have been available for choice I’ve already been picked. He believes in me and I’m quite grateful.
“I am blessed to have supervisors at club level and global level who think in me.
“I don’t feel I have anything to prove to anyone and that I feel as if I’ve done enough over the years to prove my value.
“I obviously only need to repay everybody that’s shown faith in me and it has been a terrific start to the effort and I am looking forward to what is ahead.”