Tottenham doesn’t need to qualify for next season’s Champions League to convince Harry Kane to stay, says interim manager Ryan Mason.

Harry Kane loves this football club

There has been much speculation about the future forward amid reported interest from the likes of Real and Man Utd. Harry added to the uncertainty surrounding his future this week when he reaffirmed his desire to win big trophies. But Ryan is confident that the England international is committed to the Spurs and is in no hurry to leave, even if he misses out on a spot in Europe’s premier club competition next season. Asked if the North London side needs this season’s top 4 to keep its star man, Ryan told reporters he didn’t think so. Harry loves this football club. This has been proven over the past seven or eight years. He is one of the best strikers in the world.

He says everyone knows it, they know it, and he would like to think that Kane knows it too and, most importantly now, and their attention now is this weekend. They cannot show disrespect to the enemy and cannot invest their energy in anything else. That’s all he has to say on the subject and their attention, Kane’s attention, this whole football club’s attention this Sunday.

 

Harry Kane is a resident professional

Although Harry’s future seems uncertain, Ryan says he hasn’t spoken to the striker about his future and expects him to continue to shine for the club. He also said that he did not speak to Kane and that Kane is a permanent professional. According to him, there was not and will not be any talk to him and to them about anything other than a training day or a match ahead. He is one of the most professional guys he has ever met in his life, so Harry has been training great this week. He will train great tomorrow, he knows it, and he will be ready by the weekend.