The Croatian playmaker was targeted by Chelsea in the summer but, despite admitting he wanted to leave Spurs, stayed in north London when chairman Daniel Levy dug his heels in.
However, the situation is totally different now as the January transfer window approaches with Spurs higher in the table and with the better prospects of achieving Champions League football next season - and possible silverware in this current campaign.
Modric says he is more than happy to still be with Spurs and has ruled out a switch to any other club in January.
"All that is stated in the press I have read it, but I have no other knowledge about any alleged offers, I don't even have the time to bother looking," Modric told Sportske Novosti.
"Considering all the circumstances, and the primary fact that I do not want to go through what I did over the summer transfer period, I say that almost 100 per cent I will certainly stay at Tottenham until the summer.
"A small percentage you always have to leave as there is always a theoretical possibility if the club gets such an offer for me that they cannot refuse.
"However, the reality is that I will stay with Spurs until June and then we will see.
"All options are then possible, but as far as it is now I am not bothered, I just want to be healthy and playing well, everything else will just go on.
"The fact I stay at Tottenham means nothing will change, my relationship with Spurs and I still give everything in each game."