The striker has lost the captains arm band at Valencia to Ricardo Costa.
Roberto Soldado remains tight lipped about a possible move to Tottenham, despite the news that he has lost the captaincy at Valencia to Ricardo Costa, Metro reports.
It was thought that Soldado losing the captaincy would all but confirm that strikers move to White Hart Lane but the Spaniard has refused to comment on his future.
“I do not know what is going on at the moment,’ he said. ‘At the moment, I cannot say anything,” said Soldado.
“We will wait to see what happens. When the right time comes, I will speak, as I always have done.”
Reports on Tuesday suggested that Spurs had agreed a £25 million deal with Valencia to sign Soldado, who has been prolific in his three seasons for the Spanish club.
Despite Soldado remaining quiet on his future, Spurs will be confident that they can complete the deal to sign the striker before their first game of the Premier League season against Crystal Palace.
Soldado is thought to be Spurs main transfer target this summer after the club missed out on David Villa, who moved to Atletico Madrid earlier in the month.
Spurs were also interested in signing Aston Villa striker Christan Benteke but the Belgian ended up signing a new contract with the Villains.