Harry Kane has challenged Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy to deliver quality additions to help the squad rebuild after a disappointing season.
The striker has come close to winning silverware in North London in the past having missed out on the Premier League title on two occasions, lost two Carabao Cup finals, a Champions League final along with two FA Cup semi-finals,.
Tottenham missed the opportunity to add to their squad for 18 months after being pipped to the title by Leicester City with Kane admitting that it was an opportunity under Mauricio Pochettino for the club to push on to greater things and revealed his disappointment.
Kane believes that Tottenham are a couple of players shy of being able to compete against the likes of Manchester City and Liverpool.
Sky Sports claimed on Monday that the 27-year-old has once again made his intentions clear that he wants a move away from the club in the summer.
Kane said in an interview with The Overlap: “I feel like it was a big opportunity for us,” he said. “We had a title race for Leicester obviously, we didn’t quite get there the season after with the title race with Chelsea.
“Season after that we get to that Champions League final so we were in a real good place. Of course we didn’t win anything and we couldn’t quite get over the line but I feel like we were in a real good place with the team.
“For one reason or another we didn’t quite do what we needed to do and kind of where we’re at now I feel like we’re kind of at a rebuild stage again if I’m honest.
“It’s disappointing, I feel like the opportunity was definitely there.
“I’m not going to say it’s not there anymore of course, one or two good players can take the team over the line with Liverpool and City and teams like that.
“But for sure I feel like it was an opportunity missed for the club to do something special.”
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