Harry Kane and his future: The great striker talks about plans

"I’ve just been focusing on this season and trying to help the team as much as possible."

by Sead Dedovic
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Harry Kane and his future: The great striker talks about plans

Harry Kane is the most talked about player in every transfer window. The Englishman is currently the best striker in the Premier League alongside Erling Haaland. However, he has been loyal to Tottenham for a long time and does not want to leave the London team.

In an interview with the British media at the end of the season, Kane spoke about his future, as well as whether there was a change in certain plans: ‘No, no. That’s part and parcel of being a footballer – especially when you’re at the top of your game.

I’ve just been focusing on this season and trying to help the team as much as possible. To score a couple today was nice, to finish that way, but all in all I’m just looking forward to a nice break and then a couple of games with England.’- Kane said, as quoted by METRO.

Kane is disappointed with this season and the fact that Tottenham finished the season in 8th place. This means that the London team will not play in European competitions next season. A lot has happened in Tottenham lately. Obviously, there are certain problems that would have to be solved in the coming period.

‘It has been a disappointing season. We can’t let this win dust over that. A lot to work on. We have had to show fight in some moments. A club this size should not be finishing eighth and we need to go away enjoy a break and look how we can improve.’

Tottenham vs Leeds United

Tottenham achieved victory over Leeds United 1-4.

However, even that is not enough to play on the European scene next season. The English striker is happy with his team's performance. They showed that they can be the 'real' Tottenham only when they want to be. ‘We were playing for pride today.

We also had the chance to finish seventh but that wasn’t the case today. It is about showing the fans some fight and determination. It is not an easy place to come away from home. Leeds are fighting for their lives and we put in a great performance.

They put a lot of balls into the box and we stood up to that well. We were in the lead the week before and didn’t finish out the game. When it went 2-1, credit to the boys for staying in the moment. Getting the third goal helped and killed the game off. Overall, we can go away happy.’

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