Harry Kane admits he would love to remain at Tottenham for the rest of his career
Last Updated: 21/10/17 12:13am
Harry Kane has admitted he would love to remain a one-club man amid interest from the biggest clubs across Europe.
The England striker has been in prolific form for club and country this season scoring 15 goals in 15 appearances, ahead of Sunday's fixture against Liverpool, live on Sky Sports Premier League.
Kane, who is the back-to-back Premier League Golden Boot winner, was described by Zinedine Zidane as "the complete player" ahead of Spurs' Champions League 1-1 draw with Real Madrid, but sees no immediate reason why his future should lie away from the north London side.
"I'd love to be a one-club man," Kane told the Daily Mirror. "It depends 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. Definitely, I'm fully focused on Tottenham.
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"Every season I'm working hard to improve. I try not to think too far ahead into the future as it's not something you can control but I just want to keep getting better as a player and that's all I can control."
"I've said before you can never know what happens in football but this is my home. I've been brought up here and I want to look forward to the future and win things here.
Media reports in Spain claim that Kane is the subject of interest from the Champions League holders but the Tottenham academy product has revealed his focus is on winning silverware with his current side.
"For me, it's just about winning - improving and trying to win trophies," Kane added. "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."
Kane is among a number of players whose form is being monitored with Barcelona understood to be admirers of Dele Alli and Christian Eriksen but all three are on long-term deals and Kane believes the Spurs faithful shouldn't be worried about potential departures.
He added: "We're all very happy here and have signed long-term contracts. Rumours can be compliments as it shows we're doing good as a team but we don't take any notice of them, we've got a job to do here."
Kane also wants to emulate the club's all-time leading striker Jimmy Greaves, who scored 266 goals in 379 appearances during his career.
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"It was an honour to meet Jimmy," Kane said "His achievements at Spurs and his goal record for Club and country are certainly things that I aspire to.
"It's important that we continue to recognise the many great players in our history who have laid the foundations for what we're trying to achieve today."