Postiga dismisses La Liga link
By Francisco Acedo
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Tottenham striker Helder Postiga has revealed to skysports.com that he is unaware of any interest in him from Spain, and is focusing solely on proving himself at White Hart Lane.
The Portuguese striker was reported to be attracting interest from Primera outfit Espanyol after struggling to adapt to life in England following his big-money summer move from Porto.
However, Postiga - who bagged his first Spurs goal in the 3-1 Carling Cup victory over Manchester City on Wednesday night - insists he is happy in England and was expecting to take time to adapt to the rigours of life in The Premiership.
Indeed, the striker revealed he had spoken to Portuguese Under-21 team-mate, and Manchester United starlet, Cristiano Ronaldo about his experiences, and had no intention of seeking a move away from Spurs.
"Sincerely, I know nothing about an offer from the Spanish league, and to be honest it does not interest me at the moment," Postiga told skysports.com.
"I am only thinking about triumphing at Tottenham and in The Premiership.
"I came to London with that objective and I have not changed my opinion.
"I am not the only one (who has found it hard to adapt). I speak with Cristiano Ronaldo and the same thing is happening to him.
"The club have said nothing to me about an offer and that is all that interests me.
"I am happy at Tottenham, we have the squad here to be much higher and little by little we will move up the league."
However, the 21-year-old went on to admit that he was a fan of the Spanish league, and classed it as the best in Europe along with The Premiership.
"In my opinion The Premiership and La Liga are the best championships in Europe, and any player would be happy playing for teams in those leagues."