Jon Rowe has explained why it would take a lot for him to contemplate moving to Tottenham Hotspur. 

The Norwich City winger was linked with Spurs earlier in the season alongside a host of other Premier League clubs after a stunning breakthrough campaign that saw him score 12 times in 32 Championship matches. 

Norwich will be braced for more interest in their academy graduate this summer, with Rowe entering the final 12 months of his current contract, although there is a year's option in the Canaries' favour. 

Asked about the links to Spurs earlier in the season and how that made him feel, Rowe has explained why links to Ange Postecoglu's side failed to get him excited. 

"I'm an Arsenal fan, so it didn't really appeal to me much," Rowe told Football Daily. "I guess it's better than being linked with Ipswich! 

"I wouldn't say never because in football you can never rule anything out, but it would take a lot [to get me to play for them]. I don't know why I'm saying this! I will cross that bridge when it comes to it." 

That interest has emerged from a series of glittering performance from Rowe throughout the Championship campaign - including some high-profile goals against Ipswich Town and a goal of the season contender in a 2-1 win over Hull. 

Rowe has returned to action in time for City's play-off semi final against Leeds, but is unable to complete an entire 90 minutes. 

The Pink Un: Jon Rowe has enjoyed a breakthrough campaign at Norwich City.Jon Rowe has enjoyed a breakthrough campaign at Norwich City. (Image: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd)

The Canaries winger has stated that the intensity of the Championship has been the biggest hurdle to overcome in his first full season of senior football. 

"Having to move onto the next game so quick [is tough]. After a bad result, trying to shift momentum back on your side because games come thick and fast, is hard," the young City winger said. 

"Every game is different, and you don't know what to expect. Sometimes, you go into games knackered but you still want to play and get that winning feeling back but it's tough. That's been the biggest challenge, shifting the momentum.