Danny Rose admits he has ‘never had a conversation’ with new manager Jose Mourinho surrounding his long-term future at Tottenham.
The England international’s future at the club has been a constant source of speculation for a number of months, the left-back having been strongly linked with a transfer away last summer and having not been offered an extension to his current deal.
The 29-year-old previously admitted he will not consider a move away and will play out the remaining 18 months of his current contract should he continue to be picked, a stance that has seemingly not changed despite the arrival of Mourinho.
Rose has started two of the 56-year-old’s six games in charge since his appointment as Mauricio Pochettino’s successor, including the 3-1 loss to Bayern Munich, and has now revealed that he has held no talks with the Spurs boss regarding his future.
“I’ve never had a conversation with him and I don’t see why I need to,” Rose said, as per The Guardian.
“As I said before, I’m here for the next 18 months so I don’t see why I need to have a conversation with the manager.
“I want to do as well as I possibly can, work as hard as I can to achieve what looked impossible a few weeks ago, and that is finishing in the top four.
“I’m looking forward to a massive Christmas run that we’ve got.”
Tottenham face Wolves in the Premier League this weekend at Molineux, the club currently sitting seventh in the division, one place behind Sunday’s opponents.