DESPITE the billions rolling into Manchester City Spurs new boy Vedran Corluke claims he is still happy to be at White Hart Lane.

The Croatian defender must be the only player happy to be leaving Eastlands, rather than looking to cash-in on the financial revolution happening at City under their new mega-rich owners.

The 22-year-old, however claims his new employees are just as ambitious and doesn't see why he can't help bring Champions League football to White Hart Lane.

And having seen a move to the north Londoners earlier in the summer halted by City boss Mark Hughes, he was just happy to see the deal go through at the last minute on transfer deadline day.

“It was a big relief because lots of things happened in the last two or three weeks,” Corluka told the Sun.

“First the club decided to sell me but then they stopped the transfer.

“I didn’t expect that City would let me go. But they did and to a good club, a big club so I am happy.

“Everything is not just money.

“Tottenham is a great team and we have the squad to get into the Champions League.

“My chances of getting there are the same as if I had stayed at City.”