It has been a difficult season for Rose, with just 10 Premier League appearances under his belt and plenty of speculation surrounding his future to deal with. The Daily Mirror recently reported that Spurs even plan to consider offers for the 27-year-old during the summer.
However, Rose has seemingly quashed speculation on his future as much as any player can by insisting that he is looking forward to resuming the battle with Ben Davies for the left-back spot in Spurs' side next term.
Rose's comments have gone down extremely well with former Tottenham defender Roberts, who took to social media to suggest that the England international staying would be a big boost for Mauricio Pochettino's side.
Here is what Roberts posted in response to the comments...
Great news let’s hope he does as when he’s on his game best left back in the league— Graham Roberts (@GrahamRoberts4) May 15, 2018
Though the former Leeds trainee has not exactly been able to show his best form this term, it would undoubtedly be an excellent outcome if Pochettino could keep him in the ranks and could help him get back to his best.
Davies has performed well this season, but, as Roberts suggests, Rose has the potential to reach another level when he is on form, and replacing him would have been an extremely tough ask had he ended up moving away this summer. It is, of course, still possible that he may leave, but it surely now appears to be significantly less likely.