Harry Kane has admitted that he would rather be lifting silverware with Tottenham Hotspur rather than winning individual honours after receiving the Premier League Player of the Year at last night’s London Football Awards.
Kane has a lot of individual accolades owing to his consistent performances for club and country over the last seven years.
The striker has a PFA Young Player of the Year award, two Premier League Golden Boots and a World Cup Golden Boot in his locker.
However, he does not have a trophy to his name so far and Tottenham’s 1-0 loss to Manchester City in Sunday’s Carabao Cup final means that the England captain’s wait for silverware goes on.
While the striker said that he was honoured to be voted as the best player in London this season, he admitted the campaign has been a disappointing one as a whole due to Tottenham’s struggles over the last few months.
Watch what the 27-year-old said in an interview with Sky Sports:
🗣"I want to be winning the biggest prizes as a team and we are not quite doing that."
Harry Kane says Tottenham have had a disappointing season and says individual awards are great but the goal right now is to win team trophies pic.twitter.com/ApIEKn81wE
— Football Daily (@footballdaily) April 28, 2021
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Perhaps I am reading between the lines a bit too much but the one positive that I took from the above interview was Kane talking about the need for the team to improve in several areas ahead of next season. That suggests that the 27-year-old is not thinking about leaving the club and still wants to win trophies with Spurs.
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