The French captain saw Les Bleus crash out of the World Cup in a 1-0 quarter-final defeat to Germany last night and is still not sure about where his future with Spurs lies.
He has been linked with a move away from White Hart Lane this summer following Spurs' failure to qualify for the Champions League once again, with AS Monaco, Paris Saint-Germain and Atletico Madrid all thought to be monitoring the goalkeeper.
The 27-year-old failed to shed any light on where he will be next season in the wake of his nation's World Cup disappointment, and speaking to Tutto Mercado said:
"I do not know my future. I have another three-year contract with Tottenham and this is the most important thing. Currently, they are focused only on my holidays, the ability to relax, then we will see in the next few days."
Lloris also revealed how the club could rebuild the squad again this summer following the departures of players.
"I have seen that many players are gone, it is a choice of society, on which I have nothing to say."
"Of course, now they [Spurs] have a lot of money to spend and now it is up to the leadership to spend it well."
One target could be Lloris' French teammate Antoine Griezmann and the goalkeeper refused to rule out a move for the exciting winger when asked.
"He is in the crosshairs of many top teams at European level, so he will have many choices."
Brad Friedel has signed a one-year contract extension at Spurs but The Lilywhites will be hoping that Lloris remains with the team ahead of the new season under Mauricio Pochettino.
The Frenchman joined Tottenham in August 2012 for an estimated £11 million fee from Lyon and has made 78 appearances for the North London club since making the switch less than two years ago.