The Colombia international says he is concentrating on his career at the Nerazzurri, after speculation suggested that he might be sold to make way for summer signings
Rumours suggested the highly-rated 27-year-old could move away from the Nerazzurri in order to free up funds for summer signings, while Spurs saw a £15.3 million bid rejected in June.
The star's representative revealed last week his client had no wish to leave the Giuseppe Meazza side, amidst reported interest from the Premier League and Anzhi Makhachkala.
"I thank my family and my friends for having been with me for this unforgettable holiday," the Colombia international wrote on Twitter.
"I hug them one by one because I love them. Now my goal is Inter," he added.
Guarin moved to Inter from Porto in the 2012 January transfer window, having started his career with Colombian outfit Envigado.