Tottenham boss Martin Jol insists there's no problem with Dimitar Berbatov.

The Bulgarian came under intense scrutiny for appearing unwilling to warm up and come on during Monday's 3-1 defeat at Newcastle.

And even before the St James' Park reverse, Berbatov had been criticised for his body language this season after making a huge impact in his rookie campaign in the Premier League.

His impressive season led to interest from Manchester United and also the possibility of a new contract at White Hart Lane, although nothing has been agreed yet.

"Dimitar has a long-term contract," said Jol. "I always talk to him - if he's not playing well and not scoring goals, or if he's playing well and scoring goals.

"If I talked to him, it was nothing to do with Newcastle."