The 24 year-old arrived from Swansea City in October 2020 but has failed to find consistency and regular minutes under four different managers.
Rodon signed for Spurs in a £10.9 million deal until 2025.
Now, although he has not seen much action in the 2021/2022 campaign, he is determined to earn a spot in Antonio Conte's starting line-up.
Spurs are still alive in the FA Cup, where they will face Brighton & Hove Albion.
Conte on Rodon
Earlier this season, the centre-back was told by the Conte he was seen as a second option behind Dier in the Spurs back line.
"The first thing that I tried to do – and am doing – is find the right position for every player," the Italian manager said. "In every position you have a double player, and in the characteristic, I see Joe (Rodon) behind Eric (Dier) in the central position.
"This position is a singular position. If you’re a central defender on the right or the left, you have more options to play. To be behind the central defender, you have only one option.
"Joe has showed me really, really great commitment, a will and desire to learn and improve himself. This is good.
"A really good example for the other players. He’s a solid player that works and knows he wants to improve and I’m satisfied for the improvement I’m seeing in the training sessions about him."