The 22-year-old is reportedly ready to stay at Tottenham Hotspur.
Tottenham Hotspur winger Clinton Njie has vowed to stay at White Hart Lane and fight for his place in the side this season, according to L'Equipe.
It was reported by the same newspaper on the weekend that the Cameroon international - who only joined Spurs last summer - had attracted interest from Marseille and was willing to join the Ligue 1 outfit.
However, L'Equipe, via Get French Football, now report that the 22-year-old does not plan on leaving Tottenham and will instead fight for regular football under Mauricio Pochettino - despite an increase in competition.
That being said, the report goes on to suggest that Marseille believe that they can change the former Lyon man's mind so he may still leave.
Njie endured a low-profile first season at Tottenham and one which was afflicted by a lack of form and fitness. He managed just eight Premier League appearances - all of which were off the bench - and started four times in the Europa League.
If he stays, he might well be competing with the jet-heeled Georges-Kévin N'Koudou for a spot on Tottenham's wing as the 21-year-old nears a move to White Hart Lane from Marseille, according to The Sun.
Njie cost Spurs £12 million last summer, according to The Mirror.