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Harry Kane: Not winning titles with Tottenham hurts

England striker Harry Kane and English club Tottenham have spoken of his desire to win a title with the Spurs, after losing the League Cup final to Manchester City.


Harry Kane confirmed, according to Sky Sports, "When I look back at the end of my career, I will look at everything, but the goal now as a player is to win titles."


The 27-year-old Tottenham Hotspur striker was crowned the best player in the Premier League yesterday from the London Football Awards.


Tottenham Hotspur star Harry Kane is the Premier League scorer with 21 goals.


Press reports suggest Harry Kane will be asked to leave Tottenham if the team fails to qualify for the Champions League next season, but he will not make a final decision about his future until after his participation in the euro this summer.


Harry Kane explained: "I would like to crown the biggest team tournament, we are not doing that now and it is painful, I am proud to win that award (the best player in the Premier League), I had a good season on the field."


Harry Kane also talked about Heung Min Son, saying, "Son is a great player. There is good communication and understanding between us both on and off the field. We are friends and I am happy to see him play well too."


Harry Kane stressed, "I am from London, I grew up here with this local feel, and there is nothing better than playing for your local team, the team that I grew up around, London will always have a special place in my heart."