The Mexican joined the north London outfit in 2008 from Barcelona but struggled to break into former manager Harry Redknapp's first-team plans and has been loaned out three times.
But the 23-year-old, whose contract expires next year, says he could yet stay with Spurs following the appointment of new boss Andre Villas-Boas.
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Meanwhile, Mexico Olympic coach, Luis Fernando Tena, has insisted that Dos Santos' current club situation is hurting the youngster at international level.
"He needs to find his rhythm at a club level and potentially that's what he can achieve," he said.
"It will be better for him to have that rhythm at a club level but unfortunately he doesn't get that many minutes at Tottenham. It would be better for Mexico if he played more."