Berbatov has never shown anything but commitment to Spurs but 22 goals in his rookie season in the Premiership has inevitably seen him linked with a move to one of the top clubs.
Even at £10.9million from Bayer Leverkusen, Berbatov has been a bargain for Spurs, although Jenas believes it will be tough next season when the Bulgarian's surprise factor has gone.
"We don't want Berbatov to go anywhere," he said. "We are a club that's about building and pushing forward and if we want to keep doing that we have to keep Dimitar and I'm sure the club will do that.
"I think he's priceless after the way he's performed for the club this season. I think it will be tougher for him next year, but it was a great acquisition last summer."
Berbatov's silky touches and deadly finishes have seen him voted into the PFA team of the year and, with England struggling for results in their Euro 2008 campaign, Jenas admitted: "I'd love Berbatov to be English."
Jenas added: "He's on fire at the moment. He puts in the work at the training ground and gets the rewards.
"His brilliance on the ball is nice to watch and he does things that defenders don't expect. That's what makes him so special."
Berbatov scored Tottenham's 100th goal of the season when he netted the opener at The Valley on Monday, with Jermain Defoe sealing the win in stoppage time to relegate Charlton.
Jenas has spent two months of the season out with an ankle fracture but has still contributed eight to Spurs' impressive total, form that could lead to an England recall.
The 24-year-old added: "I definitely feel like I am coming into my best form at the end of the season. It's good timing with the England games coming up.
"I have had a very up and down season because of injuries, but I have managed to come back in good form and score some goals. I was happy with my performance and happy for the team.
"It was hard to be left out of the last England squad but I understood it because I'd been picking up niggly injuries here and there. I spoke to the manager and he made me aware that I am more than involved."
Spurs will be guaranteed fifth place in the Premiership if they win their last two games of the season, starting with Thursday's clash against Blackburn at White Hart Lane.
Jenas will then turn his attention to England's first game at the new Wembley.
"I know the next game is against Brazil at Wembley and I'd love to be involved," he said. "It's going to be a fantastic occasion."