Kranjcar made just his 10th appearance of the season on Saturday as Tottenham's second-string beat npower League Two side Cheltenham 3-0 to secure their place in the fourth round of the FA Cup.
Kranjcar was highly impressive, dictating play from the centre of the park and causing the minnows problems with his skilful passing.
The 27-year-old is very unlikely to retain his place in the starting line-up on Wednesday, however, with manager Harry Redknapp certain to recall Croatia team-mate Luka Modric in his place for the crucial league game against Everton.
Kranjcar, who has missed two months of this season with a thigh injury, has been linked with a move away from White Hart Lane in the transfer window, with Everton, Sunderland and Lazio all reportedly keen to secure the midfielder's signature.
Regular football would boost his chances of guaranteeing his place in Croatia's Euro 2012 squad, but head coach Slaven Bilic has stuck by the former Portsmouth man even though he has been a bit-part player at Spurs over the last two seasons, and Kranjcar sees no reason why that policy would change over the next six months.
"I still believe my future is here," Kranjcar said.
"I know the next few months I want to stay, get in shape and hopefully have a good Euro 2012.
"The club have been great with me since I came. If I don't play here I still hope to be in good shape for the Euros.
"I would hope to prove myself in the friendlies before the tournament. That's why I'm staying.
"I hope to prove that I deserve my place in the national team. The manager (Bilic) has stuck by me all the way through."
Modric's excellent form has played a huge part in catapulting Spurs to third in the Barclays Premier League after a poor start which coincided with the midfielder's very public plea to move to Chelsea.
The Blues' attempts to buy the midfielder left him unsettled, but Kranjcar insists that is all in the past now and is adamant a move to Stamford Bridge could not be further from Modric's mind at present.
"Luka has been fantastic," Kranjcar said of his compatriot. "You can see that on the pitch and he wouldn't be if he was not happy.
"Chelsea? I think that was a long time ago. I think the season kicked on from there and he's been unbelievable."
Redknapp made 10 changes to his starting line-up for Saturday's win, which came courtesy of goals from Jermain Defoe, Roman Pavlyuchenko, and Giovani Dos Santos, but he is likely to change his entire team for Wednesday's game at White Hart Lane.
Spurs will draw level with second-placed Manchester United if they beat Everton and a win will also put the north Londoners within three points of leaders Manchester City.
Many doubt whether Tottenham have the strength to maintain their push for the title, but Kranjcar insists Spurs' championship hopes are no pipedream. "We have the belief in the dressing-room that we have the quality to be in the top three and chasing the top spot," he said.
"This squad is definitely the equal of anyone's.
"We had a second-string team out against Cheltenham but still had eight internationals on the pitch. That shows the strength of the squad." Cheltenham rarely threatened Spurs on Saturday, and Robins boss Mark Yates left wishing his team could have put on a better display for the 5,000 fans who made the trip from Gloucestershire.
"They've got some quality players," he said.
"I knew that but until you see them live you don't realise how good some of them are.
"But there's one or two disappointed that we had a couple of chances and didn't put them away and we're also a little disappointed with the goals we conceded."