Toby Alderweireld admits that he does not know if his future lies at Tottenham after an impressive World Cup.
However, the 29-year-old was used sparsely by Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino last season, playing just 14 times in the Premier League as he struggled to return to fitness after a hamstring injury.
Alderweireld has subsequently been linked with a move away from the club this summer, with several reports claiming that a contract dispute played a role in his omission from the team.
Manchester United have been credited with a serious interest in signing the defender, but Alderweireld says he does not know where he will play in 2018-19, though he has criticised his amount of playing time last term.
"I really do not know anything yet. In my head I just go to Tottenham. We will see," he told Nieuwsblad.
"I was very focused on [the World Cup]. I wanted to prove something again. Show that the period before the tournament in which I did not play – for whatever reason – was unjustified.
"I wanted to show that I am still the same Toby as in November.
"I was happy that I could still play four or five matches for the World Cup. I immediately had a good feeling.
"Physically there was no problem, because it was just my only major injury from my career. I spent only three or four months [injured] in my entire career.
"I have to touch wood, but I cannot complain about that. I'm glad I could come back in this way."
Spurs finished third in 2017-18, three points behind second-placed United, with Jan Vertonghen and Davinson Sanchez regularly deployed as their starting centre-backs.
Alderweireld's current contract expires in 2019.