Striker says it will be a personal blow if Tottenham Hotspur do not follow up their transfer interest.
Netherland's Vincent Janssen celebrates.
Vincent Janssen has further elaborated on comments made to AD Sportwereld about his frustration at not yet clinching a move from AZ Alkmaar to Tottenham Hotspur.
Speaking to De Telegraaf, the Dutch international striker addresses how he will feel if Tottenham end up walking away from their pursuit of him altogether.
The 21-year-old said: "I want to go to Tottenham. The management knows that this is suitable for me. But clearly Vincent Janssen is not important. I trust AZ and Spurs will talk.
"If AZ do not, despite the offered amount and Spurs drop out, then that is a blow to me.
"I'm not one to make quick war, but how I will react, I do not know. I therefore assume that AZ realizes quickly that a transfer for everyone is the best."
Vincent Janssen scores the first goal for the Netherlands from the penalty spot
Whether this is to be construed as a transfer request, or a type of threat to AZ, is open to interpretation, but one thing is crystal clear... he wants to sign for Spurs.
That may not sit well with AZ, who responded via director Max Huiberts, telling AD Sportwereld their preference was to keep the striker.
De Telegraaf reported last month that Janssen held talks with Tottenham in London, and clearly he was left impressed with what he heard.
Spurs have signed Victor Wanyama already this summer, but are yet to add a new striker to support Harry Kane.
Kane's tired performances for England at Euro 2016, and late in the season for Spurs, should underline the need to secure Janssen's signature.
England's Harry Kane