Adebayor scored and made the goals that secured Spurs' midweek draw against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. But he has suffered a difficult season, prompting suggestions the 29-year-old will be replaced by Spurs manager Andre Villas-Boas in the summer.
“I’ve had a very tough season,” Adebayor told the Sunday Mirror.
“I signed for the club late, I didn’t have any pre-season, I had a lot of injuries and there was the African Cup of Nations.
“I hope I will have a good finish to the season because now I am getting fitter and fitter every day. I just have to keep going and doing my thing to the end of the season.
“Then I will know my future and what is happening to my future.
“If I’m still a Tottenham player, I will go on pre-season and I will have proper training. Criticism just makes me stronger because my background was not easy.
“I got shot in the team bus, I could not walk when I was a boy and I grew up injured, so, when people criticise me, it just makes me stronger.