The South Korean's career at Spurs appears to be in doubt, but remains news to the player himself.
Tottenham's Heung Min Son scores their second goal
The attacker has recently been linked with a move away from the club but speaking to the Korea Joonang Daily he made it clear this was not on his agenda:
“I actually heard the rumor about the transfer through the media. I think there is nothing for me to be worried about.”
He also went on to discuss his mixed season at Spurs – believing it overall to be a success:
“Personally, one year went by in the blink of an eye.
“I had a good start but the injury in the middle of the season brought me down a little bit. The competition for a starting position often felt a little too much as well.
“But I tried to be as much of a help as possible to the team. Although it wasn’t easy to get adjusted to the new league, I had a good year.”
Tottenham's Nacer Chadli comes on as a substitute to replace Tottenham's Son Heung-Min
He has battled with injury problems throughout his debut campaign and the The Telegraph reported Tottenham were prepared to sell Son if they could recoup the £22 million they spent to bring him in from Bayer Leverkusen last summer.
In the end Son played 40 times last season but only managed to score eight goals. However, he scored two goals in his last three games, but was hauled off after a poor performance against Newcastle United in the humiliating final day drubbing.
As far as Son is concerned it appears he will be staying at White Hart Lane for next season. Considering he has only had one season to settle in, Spurs should certainly give him the benefit of the doubt and a second term in the Premier League.