Danny Rose has vowed to have his say on his uncertain summer with Tottenham, that made him available for sale.
Rose’s time in Spurs looked to be finished after he had been left out of the club pre-season tour to Asia so he can”investigate prospective chances with other clubs”, but a move never materialised.
The 29-year-old has begun all Tottenham’s Premier League matches this season and was handed an England beginning from the Qualifier from Bulgaria on Saturday.
Rose is content at the way things have performed but says the truth about his situation have not come out.
“It wasn’t tough, it’s what it is,” he explained. “Not everything that was publicised during the summer was entirely true and that I believe later I will have my say about what that happened but I really don’t need to concentrate on negativity at the moment.
“I guess I must be pleased with possibly being up for sale and having begun the first four matches for Tottenham and the first England game of the campaign.
“I can’t lie I’m really satisfied, but that I just wish to mention that everything which has been written in summer time was not completely true.”
Despite Spurs’ openness to move on from Rose doesn’t doubt his skills and that he insists his relationship with director.
“I do not need to show myself to anybody,” he said. “I have a supervisor at heart level who knows me. You look at last season, I played with at the quarter-final of the Champions League, I played with with semi-finals of this Champions League and that I played at the final.
“So I’ve got a manager there who believes in me.
“Then in the event that you take a look at international I have a supervisor that whenever I’ve been available for selection I’ve been chosen. He totally believes in me and I’m very grateful.
“I’m lucky to have supervisors at heart level and worldwide level who feel in me.
“I really don’t feel I’ve got anything to prove to anybody and that I feel as if I have done enough over the years to show my worth.
“I obviously just need to refund everybody that’s exhibited faith in me and it has been a terrific start to the campaign and I’m looking forward to what’s ahead.”