Harry Kane says he dreams of lifting the Premier League trophy at Tottenham’s new stadium.
The striker, who scored his 100th Premier League goal in Sunday’s 2-2 draw at Liverpool, has been linked with a move to Real Madrid.
But in a piece for The Player’s Tribune, Kane insists he sees his future at Spurs.
In the article, he thanks a number of people for helping him to reach his latest milestone, including Mauricio Pochettino, “for getting the most out of me as a striker.”
But it’s his message to the Spurs supporters that truly pulls at the heartstrings.
“And thank you, of course, to the Tottenham fans,” Kane writes. “I dreamed of playing for Spurs since I was a boy. For a long time my motivation was simply to close my eyes and picture myself scoring against Arsenal in the Premier League. Done that a few times now, and it never gets old. But now, my motivation is a bit different. Now, I close my eyes and I picture myself lifting the Premier League trophy at our new stadium with my mates. I’d trade the next 100 goals for that feeling.
“We’ve been close the past few seasons, but there’s only one way to close the gap — and I’m afraid it’s quite a boring answer. As my dad would say, we’ve gotta keep working, keep doin’. Keep getting on with it.”