young forward wants to be a one-club man.
Tottenham Hotspur have an extra reason to be cheerful this weekend as Harry Kane declared his desire to emulate Ryan Giggs by staying at one club for the rest of his career, the London Evening Standard reports.
Kane has enjoyed a meteoric rise to prominence this season, and is currently enjoying his success as Spurs’ main man.
Having been a bit part player last term, he has suddenly found himself a vital part of Mauricio Pochettino’s plans, and speaking before the club’s 2-1 victory over Arsenal in the North London Derby, he hinted that he would like to follow in the footsteps of Ryan Giggs and Spurs legend Ledley King by staying at the club for the duration of his career.
“I don’t see why not. Tottenham are a great club on the rise. I hope we get better and I’d love to stay here for as long as possible,” he said when asked about committing his long term future.
“If I’m still here in 10 years, I’d be over the moon. A lot of players today, when they do well, they end up going to another club or moving abroad. It depends on the situation at the time but at the moment, I’m looking t be a Tottenham player for many years.
“You look at players like Ledley, Ryan Giggs and Steven Gerrard. To stay at one club at the top level the way they have shows how good they have been. It’s great for them and great for the game. It’s fantastic for the fans to have players who have been there for so many years.”