Pavlyuchenko has been strongly linked with a move away from White Hart Lane this January after struggling for first-team football this season and reports have emerged suggesting the striker had a training ground bust-up with first-team coach Kevin Bond.
The 30-year-old has made just five league appearances this season, scoring one goal, and has been linked with a move back to Russia but, with time running out until the transfer deadline, a departure is apparently unlikely.
However, his agent has now moved to dismiss rumours of conflict with the Spurs coaching staff and was cagey over a potential move for his client.
Speaking to RIA Novosti, Olg Artemov said: "All this about the conflict with the coach is rubbish.
"There was no conflict, the scenario was entirely dreamt up."
"We're not rushing into any decisions [regarding a transfer].
"We are in negotiations with [Tottenham chairman, Daniel] Levy. Tonight everything will be sorted out."