Hugo Lloris's arrival from Lyon means Friedel is no longer Tottenham's first choice, with Andre Villas-Boas preferring the Frenchman for five out of the club's last six games.
Blackburn, where Friedel spent eight years, made an approach for the American but Spurs rejected the bid and manager Villas-Boas insisted Friedel would not leave.
"I cannot answer questions (about a potential January move)," Friedel said.
"It's all hypothetical. Right now I am a Tottenham player and I am very happy here. I have no idea (about Blackburn's interest). When I was apparently contemplating doing a medical I was at home having Thanksgiving dinner with my family.
"What happens between club and club a lot of times players don't know. At the end of the day I am contracted to Tottenham and am concentrating on Tottenham."
Friedel insists he has a good relationship with Lloris, whom Spurs signed for £8 million on transfer deadline day.
The American, who will be 42 when his contract expires at the end of the season, understands why Tottenham signed Lloris, but has warned the France captain that his performances will only improve now that he has robbed him of his spot in the team.
"There is no rivalry with Hugo, but do I thrive on competition? Absolutely," Friedel said. "I wouldn't be playing at the age of 41 if I didn't. At every club I have been at for the last 21 seasons there has been competition for places. When I signed it was a two-year contract. I figured I would play last year. This year was unknown.
"They have been on the look-out for a long-term number one goalkeeper for a couple of years. The club is going to be around a lot longer than any of us so they have to get all their ducks in a row.
"This club wants to be in the Champions League. They want to be there every single year and they want to be trying to win trophies all the time so they continuously have to buy good players in every position."