Paul Konchesky is no longer on the transfer list at Charlton Athletic, according to manager Alan Curbishley.
The 23-year-old wanted to leave the club last summer after being replaced at left-back by Hermann Hreidarsson.
Konchesky spent three months on loan at Spurs last term and has started three games for the Addicks this season.
Curbishley said: "Things have been a bit up and down but I was under the impression that when Paul returned to Charlton he came off the list."
Konchesky, who won his only England cap against Australia in February 2003, has been shunted to the left wing since Hreidarsson's arrival.
But Curbishley is adamant the Charlton youth product still has a future at the club.
"He's a valuable member of our squad so I'm not looking to let Paul go anywhere," said Curbishley.
"I understand Paul's frustration because he's not played at left-back since Hermann Hreidarsson came to the club.
"But playing wide left, which he has done for us for some time now, he can do very well. He can also get goals for us - and make goals."