Kane pledges to stay with competitive Spurs
As long as Tottenham continue to challenge for honours, striker Harry Kane says he will stay with the club.
Despite the fact they have yet to win a trophy under Mauricio Pochettino they have been challenging on all fronts for the past couple of years and, with summer investment in the team on the cards, that will continue.
England skipper Kane has been linked to the likes of Real Madrid, as he has topped the Spurs' scoring charts four seasons on the bounce, but he says as long as they continue to challenge then he will stay put.
"I've always said as long as the club is moving in the right direction and showing the right ambition, I want to be part of the journey," Kane told ESPN.
"People forget that, not too long ago, we were nowhere near this level.
"We've got as many points as we've ever had, I think, at this stage of the season.
"We've done so much in a short space of time.
"Of course we want to go on to the next level and win the Premier League, and win trophies," he said. "But to consistently outperform these teams that have always been above us, it shows that we're in a good place."
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