Harry Kane is yet to win a trophy with Tottenham, but he has tasted individual success with two successive Premier League Golden Boot awards.
Speaking ahead of England’s trip to Scotland, Kane revealed another award he wants to win — the Ballon d’Or.
The striker suggested that his individual success is likely to result in trophies for Spurs.
When asked about the Ballon d’Or, he said: “Who wouldn’t want to win that big gold trophy? It’s definitely something I aspire to do. Doing that, you have to win the big tournaments, for club and country.
“Ronaldo won the Euros and the Champions League and that’s part of the reason why most of the time he wins it. Messi’s is a similar situation.
“To do that, it isn’t just individual, I think it’s part of a team thing as well, winning team trophies.
“That’s hopefully what we can do at Tottenham. And for sure I’d love to win that trophy one day.”
Kane then spoke about the current Ballon d’Or holder, Cristiano Ronaldo.
“You see him do that game in, game out, in the finals, in the semi-finals,” said Kane. “That’s what I aspire to be. Ronaldo’s a great role model, a fantastic player. That’s hopefully something I can achieve one day.”
“The aim is to do it for Tottenham,” he said about winning trophies. “That’s my aim and the club and the manager’s aim. That’s got to be our focus.
“We can’t be going into the Champions League next year not expecting to try and win it. That’s got to be our mind-set and that is our mind-set.”