West Ham striker Freddie Kanoute's move to Tottenham will still go ahead, BBC Sport can reveal.
The player's agent, Willie McKay, confirmed that talks between both London clubs were still ongoing, despite rumours that Tottenham were put off by the Frenchman's £4m price tag.
"As far as I know the transfer will go ahead if the clubs can agree a fee," McKay told this website.
"I am just waiting for (Tottenham chairman) Daniel Levy and Paul Aldridge (West Ham managing director ) to sort it out.
"Freddie is happy to make the move across London and we are just waiting for some movement on the deal."
Tottenham admitted they are interested in signing the 25-year-old but stressed that they he was just one of a number of players they were considering.
West Ham are keen to release some of their top earners as they prepare to trim down their squad for the First Division campaign.
Kanoute struggled with a groin injury last season and only made 17 appearances for West Ham.