Tottenham Hotspur signed Fernando Llorente from Swansea City and handed him a two-year deal in 2017.

The striker’s contract with the north London club will expire in the summer and throughout the course of this season, he’s given several interviews to the Spanish media and a question about his future is always thrown at him.

Athletic Club Bilbao were reportedly interested in his services in January, but the Basque club never made an approach for him in the winter market.

An injury to Harry Kane in January made it ‘complicated’ for him to leave Spurs that month and the former Swansea City man will finish the season with his current employer.

The 34-year-old gave another interview to Cadena Ser on Wednesday and was once again asked about his future after this season.

“Tranquility. We’ll see, I’m not worried. I am focused on this final stretch of the season, an opportunity to make history. Everything is going well,” Llorente explained.

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Kane suffered another injury in his side’s 1-0 victory over Manchester City on Tuesday, so Llorente could have a vital role to play from now until the end of the season.