The Wales international responded to claims that he is not committed to the North London club, by admitting he will jump at the first opportunity.
He said: “I love Tottenham and will only leave if another club is interested in me.
“I would never turn my back on my team-mates. Although, I am looking forward to never speaking to them again.”
The player’s manager, Andre Villas Boas, revealed Bale has an unusual relationship with the rest of the squad.
He said: “Gareth trains by himself and doesn’t talk to anyone at the club. We are really excited that he has committed his future to us.”
Real Madrid are reportedly set to launch a £65-million raid for the playmaker, after being alerted to his availability, like a shark to a young bloodied carcass.
President of the Spanish giants, Florentino Perez, admitted that Bale has nothing but disdain for his current employers.
He said: “Bale told me that although he is likes the people at Spurs, he plans to punish them for their weakness.
“This is exactly the kind of player we like to have in our squad.”