Tottenham striker Harry Kane claims he would ‘love to be a one-club man’ ahead of a crux meeting with Liverpool at Wembley Stadium on Sunday.
The England international has resumed last season’s form after a barren August – where he scored none in Spurs’ opening three Premier League fixtures – by netting 11 times in his last eight appearances in all competitions.
Speaking with The Daily Mirror, Harry Kane revealed his ambition to play out his entire career with the side where he signed his first professional contract in July 2010.
“It depends (staying with the club for the long-term) on how the club goes forward and managers et cetera, but I’ve said I want to stay here, as we’re in a great place at the moment. The training centre is amazing, the new stadium is coming, the manager is fantastic and we’ve got a young team. So, it’s great,” said the back-to-back Premier League Golden Boot winner.
Tottenham have soared at a steady rate since Mauricio Pochettino’s arrival, achieving 5th, 3rd and 2nd place finishes in his three seasons in charge of the club.
“For me, it’s just about winning – improving and trying to win trophies. When my career is finished, that’s what I want to look back on and be proud of, so hopefully that will be the case.”
Harry Kane’s rise to prominence at Tottenham Hotspur has led to inevitable links to European powerhouses, Real Madrid the latest, but the Spurs academy product has dismissed those rumours.
Harry Kane renewed his contract with Spurs in December last year, extending until 2022.