Tottenham striker Mido insists he wants to remain at White Hart Lane when his loan expires this summer but has not ruled out a return to Roma.
The Egypt international's agent Mino Raiola claimed last week other clubs are ahead of Spurs in the race to sign the player from the Serie A side.
The Premiership side have yet to agree a deal with Roma to sign Mido permanently and the forward told Sky Sports News: 'Obviously, officially I belong to Roma after this season so we're still talking and we'll see what happens.
'But to be honest I want to stay and I'm happy here. I'm not thinking about other clubs. I'm just thinking about Spurs, and I want Spurs and Roma to have a deal and me and Spurs to have a contract to stay for next year.'
Mido was farmed out on loan by Roma after an explosive falling out with the Eternal City club and coach Luigi Del Neri but a change of manager, with Luciano Spalletti now in charge, may have opened the door for a return to Italy.
'Roma is a big club, a massive club, and now they have a different manager so you never know what's going to happen but it can be one of my options because Roma is a massive club,' added Mido.