The Netherlands international was on fine form as he returned to domestic duties for PSV, but the winger could not be drawn on the subject of a potential move
Memphis Depay has refused to talk about the possibility of a move to Tottenham.
The Netherlands international produced a scintillating display as PSV got their Eredivisie campaign underway, scoring twice as the Eindhoven outfit ran out 3-1 winners over Willem II.
The 20-year-old is believed to have been a target for Maurico Pochettino who was thought to be preparing a €20 million in an attempt to lure him to north London, but the Dutch side have denied any contact with the Premier League outfit and have opened contract negotiations with the player in the hope of persuading him to stay.
And the winger was in no mood to speak about a potential move after the game on Sunday.
"This was a nice first game of the season. We have to learn from our mistakes, although I am happy with the three points," he told NOS after the match.
"People have asked already hundred times about my future, so I don't want to talk about it anymore. We will see, but for now I am a player from PSV."
Depay was part of a Netherlands squad that surprised many at the World Cup in Brazil, making four appearances for Louis van Gaal's side and scoring against Australia and Chile in the group stages.