O'Hara eyes Irish switch
O'Hara, who spent last season on loan at Portsmouth and played in the club's 1-0 FA Cup final defeat to Chelsea on Saturday, is expected to make a decision on his international future this summer.
The 23-year-old, who qualifies for Ireland through his grandparents, has played for England at Under-21 level but has never been selected for the senior squad.
"I've always loved playing for England so I wouldn't want to upset anyone or disrespect the Ireland people as well, because I've got a lot of family in Ireland," he told Sky Sports.
"It's going to be a difficult decision to make and I don't want it to become a big deal in a way."
O'Hara could also be moving clubs if manager Harry Redknapp cannot offer him any hope of first-team football at White Hart Lane.
"If I can't break in there and Harry pulls me in and says I'm not going to feature as much as I'd like, then hopefully I've done enough this year to earn a move to a decent Premier League club."
Meanwhile, Spurs goalkeeper Carlo Cudicini has signed a new one-year contract.
The Italian fractured both of his wrists and damaged his pelvis after a motorbike accident last November, which ruled him out for the rest of the season.
Cudicini has now resumed training, and Wayne Diesel, head of medical services at Spurs, said: "Carlo has shown a great deal of motivation to come back from this."
The 36-year-old moved to White Hart Lane from Chelsea in January 2009 and made four first-team appearances in the second half of the 2008-09 season.
Cudicini played seven times last term before the accident.