Berbatov puts an end to transfer talk by insisting: I can't wait to play at Wembley next month

Last updated at 18:09 23 January 2008

Dimitar Berbatov has handed Tottenham a massive boost by insisting he wants to stay and fire them to victory in the Carling Cup Final next month.

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Berbatov, whose agent Emil Dantchev claimed he wanted to leave for a big club during this transfer window in order to win trophies, believes Spurs' stunning

5-1 win over Arsenal in the second leg of their semi-final shows the club are making great progress under manager Juande Ramos.

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Berbatov celebrates

It not only meant they won the tie 6-2 on aggregate to book their place at Wembley, but also secured a first win over their fierce rivals in 22 games.

Berbatov has been linked with Manchester United, Chelsea and Manchester City in recent weeks, but he is only dreaming of leading Spurs to glory next month.

When asked about his future, he said: "I am happy here, everyone is happy. This will be my first game at Wembley and everybody is excited. The boys have told me it is a legendary stadium and I am looking forward to seeing it.

"I will relish the moment. It is one thing to watch a game at Wembley,

another to actually play.

"Our performance against Arsenal was magnificent. The way we played and supported each other is exactly what I want to see. If we play like that we have a great future.

"I know we can achieve a lot. Sometimes we underestimate our ability, but this game was an example of what we can do when we believe in our quality and play

like we did."

Berbatov feels Ramos has made a massive difference to the club since he took over from Martin Jol in October and even feels a win at Manchester United in the FA Cup fourth round on Sunday is a realistic target.

He added: "We have great players and a coach who can achieve a lot with us. I am not surprised how quickly he (Ramos) has turned it around. He is a great coach

and proved himself in Spain.

"Now he is here, but the way he talks and works with

us, we know we can go places. It will be difficult for us at Manchester United but we hope to do the same as we did against Arsenal.

"We go there with our heads up and if we play like that they will have a difficult game."