Chelsea forward Olivier Giroud is staying at the club despite being closely linked with a transfer away.
Spurs were reported to be drawn to signing the France World Cup winner however Chelsea boss Frank Lampard talked about on Friday he would no longer be leaving.
“He has been nice as a participant and a person during this time,” added Lampard, who has no longer added to his squad during the January window.
“Will he plug away? No. He trained this present day. No ins and no outs.”
Lampard added: “We all know that there has been ardour and I the truth is luxuriate in sat here in each press conference and talked about ‘if it’s upright for Olivier, for myself and the club’ and he has been impeccable in that length.”
Extinct Arsenal forward Giroud has started impartial two Premier League games for Chelsea this season.
He left the Gunners to price up for Chelsea in an £18m deal in January 2018.
Chelsea were linked with Paris St-Germain’s Uruguay forward Edinson Cavani and Belgium forward Dries Mertens during the January window.
“Some issues need to no longer in my retain watch over,” added Lampard. “It be optimistic that we wished to bring players in.
“I absolutely wished to bring players in. I judge I’ve made that easiest optimistic over the final few weeks and it hasn’t came about.”
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