The Denmark international, who scored in Spurs’ 4-0 win over Everton on Saturday, signed his current deal – that runs through to 2020 – less than two years ago.
And the former Ajax star is in no rush to leave the club, admitting to Danish broadcaster TV3 Sport that he has nothing bad to say about Spurs.
“I am happy to be at the club and have nothing negative to say about it [Tottenham] at all,” said Eriksen.
Speaking after Saturday’s match, the 25-year-old added: “Everyone is really very pleased with the win and how we played was very good so it’s on to the next game. I think it gives us a lot of confidence to play like we did.
“Sonny [Heung-Min] is flying and so is Harry. It’s enjoyable to watch and enjoyable to be in the same team with them. Congratulations to Harry for breaking the (Premier League goals) record for Spurs. It’s always a big achievement and to do it in so few games as he’s done is fantastic and of course Sonny with how he plays, it’s a big thing to play in the team with them both.”
Colchester will hand late fitness tests to Ryan Jackson and Brandon Comley prior to their clash with Yeovil.
Arsenal secured their place in the quarter-finals of the Europa League following their 3-1 defeat of AC Milan at the Emirates Stadium on Thursday.
Danny Welbeck scored twice against AC Milan to toast his England recall by sending Arsenal into the last eight of the Europa League.
Ipswich striker Joe Garner will not play again this season after it emerged he suffered a fractured skull against Sheffield United last week.