The Cameroon international is seeking to resolve his future with the Spurs hierarchy before the beginning of next season, as his loan with relegated Wolves comes to an end
The 25-year-old became a central figure in Terry Connor's defence since his move in January, but despite his efforts the Midlands club were unable to avoid relegation.
If the Cameroon international remains at White Hart Lane, next season willl be his fourth at the club since his £8 million move from Newcastle in 2009, but the defender is seeking to clarify his position before the new season kicks off.
Bassong told Sky Sports: "I will be speaking to the gaffer at the beginning of the pre-season - we all need a holiday.
"I was playing week-in and week-out at Wolves and personally, it was something I really enjoyed, being part of the game.
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"So now, I have to speak to him and find a solution. I have two years left on my contract, so it's not a matter of urgency."
The central defender stated that despite his love for the club, his main objective was to play regularly, and that his desire was to play football every week will have a big bearing on his decision.
The Cameroonian added: "We will look for something that both parties are happy with, and if I have to stay at Tottenham, I will be delighted too because I love this team.
"However, if I have to find a way out I will deal with it - that's football. But ultimately, I want to be playing football, I've tasted it for the last three months and feel I deserve it."