Harry Kane has chosen to keep his cards close to his chest when asked about his future, insisting that he remains fully focused on helping Tottenham achieve their objectives for this season.

Kane wrote his name in the history books with his goal against Manchester City yesterday which saw him move one clear of Jimmy Greaves as Tottenham’s top goalscorer and also saw him join Alan Shearer and Wayne Rooney in the Premier League 200 club.

He delivered a composed finish from 10 yards out after Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg did brilliantly to rob Rico Lewis of the ball and tee up the England captain in what proved to be the matchwinner.

The 29-year-old admitted after the game to Spurs’ official channel that he was extremely proud to clinch the record for his boyhood club, describing the moment in which the ball hit the back of the net as a ‘really magical’ one.

However, there remains a major question mark over the striker’s future, with his current contract at Spurs having less than 18 months left to run (transfermarkt), and with reports over recent weeks indicating that he is a target for Manchester United and Bayern Munich next summer (Sky Sports).

Speaking after the game, Kane insisted that there is still a lot to play for this season, with the Lilywhites still going strong in three competitions.

When asked about his future following Tottenham’s 1-0 win over Manchester City, the striker told Viaplay Football: “I’m just here to perform every game and give my all for the badge so, yeah, we will see what happens but I’m concentrating on this season.

“We’ve got the FA Cup and Champions League coming up and we’re in a good position in the league to really try and push forward so that’s what I’m concentrating on.”

Harry Kane

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There is no reason for Kane to make committed statements at the moment before he begins contract negotiations with Tottenham.

The striker will want to see how the team does over the coming months and if there are signs that the club are moving in the right direction.

I believe that if we manage to get into the top four and if Conte commits for the longer term (which are both big ‘ifs’ at the moment), the 29-year-old will put pen to paper on a new deal and see out his career in north London.

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