Tottenham assistant manager Chris Davies will be allowed to decide his own future.
The 38-year-old has been the subject of an approach from Swansea City this week.
Spurs head coach Ange Postecoglou hopes Davies will stay, but won't stand in anyone's way either.
"I've had a brief discussion with Chris and he knows we've got a busy week so we'll focus on that," the Spurs head coach said on Friday.
"He's an outstanding individual, he's done some great work with us and great work in the past. It's not surprising to me that Swansea or other clubs would look at him.
"It's what you want to be honest. You want good people and when you've got good people they're going to attract attention. From my perspective, whatever that transpires to, it's very much in Chris's hands. It's his decision in terms of what he wants to do moving forward and obviously the club will deal with it from there."