Pat Sheehan quotes the Ukrainian in the piece, on the back page, insisting: "I will stay until the end of the season. Afterwards I will definitely leave Tottenham."
Meanwhile, Teddy Sheringham tells the Daily Mail that he is relishing the thought of taking part in this summer's World Cup in Japan - especially after believing his international career was over after being left out of Euro 2000 by Kevin Keegan.
He told Paul Newman: "I was 33 then and I thought that was probably it. But I never felt the need to retire from international football. If you still love playing for your country, why retire? I can understand Alan's (Shearer) reasons, but it wasn't an option for me. I had some good people around me who convinced me that things could change - and I'm glad I listened to them."
The Sun run a story on Friday suggesting that Sergei Rebrov will leave at the end of the season.