The striker is currently without a club after being released by West Ham.
Tottenham have distanced themselves from rumours linking Carlton Cole with a move to White Hart Lane, the Metro report.
The 29-year-old striker is currently a free agent following his release from West Ham after seven years with the club and has been training with the north London club this summer during his search for new employment.
Despite the club record signing of Robeto Soldado, it’s well documented that manager Andre Villas-Boas is in the market for another forward after allowing Clint Dempsey to join Seattle Sounders and his active attempts to sell Emmanuel Adebayor.
And speculation has mounted that the Portuguese viewed Cole as a possible addition to his forward line for the new Premier League season, following reports that he played and scored in a behind-closed-doors friendly against Enfield.
However, the notion was swiftly dismissed by the club, along with several tweeters, and it was later confirmed that the goal scorers in the 11-0 win, in which Soldado was believed to have bagged a hat-trick, were all contracted to Tottenham.
Cole was linked with a move to promoted side Crystal Palace but contact with the Eagles has since gone cold and he could very well start the 2013/14 season without a club.