The Spurs manager has no intentions of leaving north London.
Tottenham Hotspur manager Andre Villas-Boas has pledged his future to the club after being heavily linked with the Paris Saint-Germain job.
Carlo Ancelotti will be leaving PSG this summer with the Italian expected to take up the Real Madrid position left vacant by returning Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho.
With the French champions needing a new coach Villas-Boas had been touted as the ideal replacement, but will have pleased Spurs fans by committing himself at White Hart Lane.
“I have had a friendship for some time with the president of PSG. He is a friend,” AVB told Portuguese website A Bola.
“We speak regularly but my commitment is with Tottenham.
“It was the club that allowed me to return to the Premier League and I feel good there.”
This will be music to the ears of most supporters at Spurs with the north London club enjoying their highest points tally in Premier League history in 2012/13.
Despite this AVB failed to guide the side to Champions League football next season, missing out by one point to fierce rivals Arsenal.
This led to speculation that the 35-year-old would be tempted away from the club with PSG keen to acquire the talented young manager.
However, this will not be the case and Villas-Boas will now have the opportunity to face former mentor Mourinho at ex-club Chelsea.
AVB worked under the ‘Special One’ at both FC Porto and the Blues during the Portuguese’s first term there and is now relishing going head-to-head with his old boss.
“It will be special to play against Chelsea, particularly against a person who was instrumental in my career.
“It will be great to meet Mourinho.”