Striker says he doesn’t know if he will be at Spurs next season.
Emmanuel Adebayor has admitted he may not be at Tottenham next season but is hopeful the club can qualify for the Champions League.
Adebayor has endured a frustrating campaign for Spurs, managing just 8 goals in 32 appearances so far.
The Togo striker has scored vital goals in the club’s last two Premier League matches, however, suggesting he is returning to the form that saw him bag 17 league goals last season.
The former Arsenal, Man City and Real Madrid striker only joined Spurs permanently in the summer but has linked with a move away from the club this summer, with newly-promoted Ligue 1 outfit Monaco said to be keen to re-sign the forward and admits his future is uncertain.
“Will I stay at Spurs? I don’t know, I think a lot of people are writing me off, but at the moment I’m with Tottenham and I’ll keep working hard,” Adebayor told The Tottenham Journal.
“I’ve had a tough season with the African Cup of Nations, injury and suspension – I’ve had everything this season. What I can say right now is that I’m a Tottenham player.”
Spurs currently lie fourth in the table but will miss out on a place in next season’s Champions League if Arsenal win their two remaining fixtures against Wigan and Newcastle United.
Adebayor, 29, says he is hoping FA Cup winners Wigan can pull off another surprise at the Emirates Stadium on Tuesday night.
“We’ll be cheering for Wigan, we hope they can beat Arsenal,” said the Togo forward.
“I was surprised by the way they played in the FA Cup Final, although don’t get me wrong, we know they have a good team with players like Maloney, Kone, McManaman – they’ve got a lot of good players.
“They put enthusiasm and spirit into the game, they fought for every single ball and they deserved to beat City. Now they have two big games to save their season.
“If they find a way to save their season, it will be tremendous and now they have to go to Arsenal and do their job there.
“It will be tough for them, but I think now with the confidence, with the belief that they have just won the FA Cup, it’s a good time for them to play Arsenal.”
Adebayor believes Tottenham deserve to qualify for the Champions League, after sealing victories over the Premier League top two this term.
“We’re a team that beat Manchester United away, and we beat Manchester City at our place, so I think we have done quite well this season,” he said.
“Do we deserve to be in the Champions League? I think yes. But Everton would say the same, so let’s keep going and see what happens at the weekend.”