HARRY KANE has admitted he is not worried about his club’s future in the upcoming transfer window.
The 28-year-old England captain heads into the summer with a clear head after Tottenham’s successful season in the Premier League.
Spurs secured a place in the Champions League with a 5-0 win against Norwich on the last day of the game.
And Kane has argued that this has certainly improved his attitude for the international break.
He said: “Whenever you finish strong with your club there is always a freer spirit that walks onto the international stage.
“Of course we had a big European competition last summer, a big tournament.
“Of course you have different feelings about it than maybe about the Nations League games.
“In terms of the tournament, last year was a fantastic summer. It obviously ended very disappointingly, but going into these games I feel confident, I feel free.
“We had a good finish as a team towards the end of the season and I personally had a good season which is always great.
“So I’m looking forward to carrying that over into these games.”
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Last year, Kane was heavily linked with a move to Manchester City.
The Sky Blues were ready to offer up to £127.2million for his services but the striker confirmed he would stay at Spurs despite feeling “left out on dry land” by club officials.
He enjoyed another successful season with the north London club, scoring 17 goals in 37 Premier League games.
Kane will look to add to his 49 international goals tally when the Three Lions take on Hungary in the UEFA Nations League tonight.
He needs just four more to level with Wayne Rooney as England’s all-time top scorer, with the record set to be broken by the end of this year.
Speaking about the achievement, he said: “Obviously I think it would be an incredible achievement to break the record.
“I was lucky enough to play on the court and actually score when Wayne broke the record himself.
“I saw how much it meant to him and his family. I wasn’t really thinking that far ahead at the time.
“But to be where I am now – four goals behind Wayne and a lot of games coming up this year – is an incredible achievement.”
https://www.the-sun.com/sport/5490432/harry-kane-all-but-confirms-snub-transfer-stay-spurs/ ‘I feel free’ – Harry Kane all but confirms he will be leaving SNUB and staying at Spurs after last year’s tumultuous summer