Colombian unlikely to move to White Hart Lane this summer.
Tottenham target Jackson Martinez wants to stay at Porto according to his agent.
Spurs have been linked with a move for the Colombian striker, who bagged 26 goals in 30 appearances during his debut season in the Primera Liga.
The north London outfit are in the hunt for a top class striker this summer, after disappointing seasons for both Jermain Defoe and Emmanuel Adebayor.
But Andre Villas-Boas’ hopes of raiding his former club for Martinez, 26, have been dealt a blow after his representative said the forward is happy to remain at the Estadio do Dragao next term.
“[Jackson] has always said he wants to continue at Porto, and his family is happy too. It seems strange to me that the English press continue to insist [he will move],” Luis Manuel Manso told O Jogo.
“If anything, Porto know that on our part we are not dealing with anything. If the British press is reporting something then only Porto can confirm it.”
Martinez had earlier stated to O Jogo: “They (Porto) want me to stay, so therefore I am.”
Martinez has also been touted as a possible replacement for Luis Suarez, should the Uruguayan leave Liverpool this summer.
Porto signed the striker from Mexican club Jaguares for £7m last summer.
Watch Martinez’s insane finish for Porto against Sporting: