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Saha eyes Spurs stay

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Louis Saha is desperate to secure a new contract at Tottenham after a successful loan spell at White Hart Lane.

Saha moved to Spurs from Everton in January in a six-month loan deal which saw Steven Pienaar returning to Goodison Park.

The French striker, who is out of contract this summer, faces an uncertain future as he waits on Spurs to decide whether they will offer him a permanent deal.

Saha has been impressed by manager Harry Redknapp and hopes to continue working with the Spurs boss next season.

"I cannot say I want to leave," Saha said in the Sun. "Harry has been good for me personally. What makes him so good is his personality, tactics and the way that he can work and relate to the players."

Spurs may have missed out on next season's Champions League, but Emmanuel Adebayor has also stated that he is keen to remain at the club following his year-long loan.

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