Adebayor has had a turbulent few months but remains committed to Spurs.
There has been much speculation all summer that Tottenham Hotspur forward Emmanuel Adebayor would be leaving White Hart Lane after a poor 2012/13 season.
However, although sides such as Besiktas were linked with taking the 29-year-old away from north London, the Togo international says leaving Spurs was never in the player’s mind.
“I decided with my manager, even before the start of the transfer window that I would not leave Tottenham and that’s what I did. I have never thought of leaving the Spurs,” Adebayor told All Africa.
The striker had some extremely bad news during the off season when the Tottenham man learned that the player’s brother had died.
Whilst this understandably took a toll on Adebayor, the African says that upon returning to White Hart Lane there were never any disagreements with manager Andre Villas-Boas.
“I learned the news of the death of my brother. So my morale took a hit,” the attacker continued.
“I had a very difficult time after. When I went back to Tottenham, I talked to the coach and he told me that I was not ready yet for the pro group. I had to go to work in reserve for two to three weeks to regain my confidence.
“There has been no argument.”
Adebayor is yet to feature this season and following the arrival of Roberto Soldado from Valencia for £26m, competition for places at Spurs will be even tougher.
In 71 matches for the club to date, the striker has netted 26 times.
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