Harry Kane isn’t mincing words anymore, as the English striker has demanded Tottenham Hotspur show results for their efforts in the past few years.
Tottenham Hotspur have been unable to sign a new player for at least two transfer windows now, and while an £850 million stadium project is set to be launched against Crystal Palace next Wednesday. Kane is rather engrossed with adding a trophy or two to the club’s cabinet.
The striker is concerned the resources spent to build a new stadium could force Spurs into hard times in the next couple of years, but for now is only looking forward to finishing the season strong.
“A lot of people look at it and say this is maybe the best team we’ve had, maybe the best team we’ll ever have, and the best manager, but it’s important that we have something to show for it.” Kane said.
“It’s not just, when we look back in ten years, we had a great team. It’s, ‘Look what they did. Look what they won.
“The challenge for us is, can we keep going up and up and up? It’s going to be difficult in the next couple of years with the stadium and the finances.
“We’ve done so much in a short space of time. Of course we want to go on to the next level, win the Premier League and win trophies.
“We’ll just have to see what happens this season, and go from there.”
In a recent interview with ESPN, Harry Kane left the world fixated, as the Spurs forward left trails which signalled a possible switch to the NFL sometime in the future. Comparing his career path to six-time Super Bowl winner, Brady.
Kane asked: “If you play in the Premier League and the World Cup and you then play in the NFL, would you then be considered one of the greatest sportsmen ever?”
Surely the Tottenham Hotspur striker has made himself a name in the soccer world, and it’d be interesting to see him under different circumstances and rules, although that could mean bad news for Spurs.