The South Korean has been tipped to leave White Hart Lane barely a year after arriving.
Son has been at White Hart Lane for less than a year, following his £22 million transfer from Bayer Leverkusen in August 2015.
After a bright start initially, the South Korean's form dipped in the second half of the season, which ended, somewhat embarrassingly, in his withdrawal at half-time in Spurs' final-day hammering at Newcastle United.
And on Friday, the Telegraph reported that the north Londoners would consider selling Son, providing they can recoup the money they paid for him.
However, despite admitting to being aware of the reports, the 23-year-old says a transfer is not currently being discussed.
"I saw the articles but I've heard nothing about my transfer," Son is quoted as saying by Four Four Two.
"Should I be worried? I don't think so. I already told Tottenham that I want to play in Olympic Games, they're looking into it positively."
Son, who has only completed the full 90 minutes in four of his 40 Spurs appearances, scored eight goals and assisted a further five for Mauricio Pochettino's team in 2015-16, but remains upbeat about his future at the club.
On his difficult first year in England, the 46-cap forward added: "I always wanted to learn first when I decided to come to Premier League, rather than do really well from the start.
"Due to injuries, my debut season was not satisfying. But I learned a lot how to manage games, myself physically. And also learned about a new culture."