Harry Kane drops hint on his future with Tottenham

The English striker has played 432 games for the club

By Web Desk
May 09, 2023
Screengrab VIA Sky Sports

Tottenham Hotspurs’ striker Harry Kane talks about having a conversation with the club’s chairman Daniel Levy in order to improve the club for the future.

Kane, 29, already the highest goal scorer in Tottenham and England’s history, is going into the final 12 months of his contract with the London club.

Recently while giving an interview to Sky Sports, the striker indirectly said that he is thinking of the future of the club and what he can do to improve it by talking with Levy.

"I think on the pitch you know I always give 100%. I always give my all for the team and for the club. I think off the pitch to have those conversations with the chairman and the staff here and try to give my opinion on some of the things that I think can help us just be more consistent and more successful in the culture that we try to set," he said.

Kane also talked about Tottenham’s struggle this season as they have had to change three managers during the season.

"It's been a difficult season. Probably the last couple of years, the last two or three, we haven't been where we want to be as a club, so ultimately, there's some internal stuff we need to talk about,” said the 29-year-old striker.

"We need to discuss some of the standards around the team and the training ground, which we need to get back to. We had [standards] those in place when Mauricio Pochettino was here, so internally we need to do that,” he added.

When asked about who should be the new manager, the English striker said it is for the chairman to think.

"The chairman [Daniel Levy] will make a decision on what he thinks is best for the club, in terms of the coach and who he wants to bring in, the players to go and who he wants to bring in,” he said.

Talking about how difficult is the Premier League (PL), he said you have to maintain a standard because one slip is all it takes to go from first to ninth.

"I always think you're never too far away from being competitive with the right people, but also, you're never too far away from dropping down to 10th or 11th place in the Premier League because that is the standard,” said the English striker.