Tottenham defender Sebastien Bassong says he is committed to staying at Spurs to fight for his place, following talks with manager Harry Redknapp.
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Bassong, 24, was a regular for Spurs last season - playing 39 games for the club in all competitions - but has fallen out of favour in the current campaign.
He has made just four Premier League starts, with Redknapp preferring to play William Gallas and Michael Dawson at the heart of his defence, with Younes Kaboul the first-choice back-up.
The former Newcastle and Metz defender had been heavily linked with a move to PSG, but Bassong is keen to stay and prove his worth at White Hart Lane after talking to Redknapp.
"We both spoke," Bassong told Le Figaro. "I said to him [Redknapp] what I thought, how I saw the things and he gave me answers."
"When you do not speak with your coach, it is hard to know what he thinks. Things were said. Today, I am quite glad to have had this discussion. I will remain in Tottenham. I belong to Spurs."