The 21-year-old is passionate about the club and claims he would be “very honoured” to remain at White Hart Lane for a decade and beyond
Tottenham striker Harry Kane insists he would have no issue with staying at White Hart Lane for the remainder of his career.
The 21-year-old made his breakthrough as a first-team regular under Mauricio Pochettino this season and has 24 goals in 38 games so far.
Kane, who is also expected to receive a call-up to England’s senior squad later this month, signed a new five-and-a-half year contract with Spurs at the start of February.
“When asked if himself staying at Tottenham for the remainder of his career, Kane told the SundayTelegraph: “Yes. It’s something I have said I would love to do.
“If I’m at Tottenham in 10 years’ time still playing regularly then I will be very proud and very honoured. I love the club. They’ve given me a base, growing up as a kid.
“I love playing here, I’m enjoying every minute and hopefully I can continue that for seasons to come.”