Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino insists goalkeeper Hugo Lloris is 'very happy' at White Hart Lane amid speculation linking the Frenchman with a move to Manchester United.
United appear to be on the verge of selling first-choice stopper David de Gea to Real Madrid, while Victor Valdes' future at Old Trafford has also been called into question after the Spaniard fell out of favour with manager Louis van Gaal.
Lloris has in the past been linked with the Red Devils, but the transfer rumours subsided after he penned a new five-year contract in the summer of 2014.
However, Lloris' name has once again been mentioned as a possible De Gea replacement, but Pochettino claims the player's head has not been turned by the reported interest from United.
"There are a lot of rumours, but Hugo is very happy to be here," Pochettino said.
"His commitment with the club is high. I think we need to be happy because if Manchester United want Lloris, it's because he's a great goalkeeper.
"We have a very good goalkeeper, but Hugo has a contract here and he is happy here and he wants to get success here."