Harry Kane wants 'honest conversation' about his Tottenham future

England striker says he doesn't want to end his career with 'regrets'

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Tottenham striker Harry Kane says he needs a "good honest conversation" with the club about his future.

Kane has reportedly told Spurs he wants to leave this summer after becoming frustrated at the club's lack of progress.

Spurs are unlikely to want to sell their star player, but Kane says the two parties need to talk.

"I hope we have a good enough relationship. I've given the club... well, I've been there 16 years of my life," he told Gary Neville on SkySport.

"So, I hope that we can have a good honest conversation and see where we are at in that aspect."

Kane has often spoken of his desperation to win trophies, something that is looking less and less likely with Spurs.

He says he does not want to end his career with "regrets".

The 27-year-old added: "So for sure, it's a moment in my career where I have to kind of reflect and see where I'm at and have a good, honest conversation with the chairman.

"I hope that we can have that conversation. I'm sure that he'll want to set out the plan of where he sees it but ultimately it's going to be down to me and how I feel and what's going to be the best for me and my career at this moment in time.

"For me it is – I don't want to have come to the end of my career and have any regrets. So, I want to be the best that I can be. I've said before, I'd never say that I'd stay at Spurs for the rest of my career.

"I'd never say that I would leave Spurs. I'm at that stage where you could say, you know. People might look at it as, 'He's desperate for trophies, he needs trophies'."

Kane is under contract until 2024 and, even if he tries to instigate an exit, Spurs are not going to let him go cheaply.

But the club have been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic and Kane says the club might be willing to sell.

"I'm not sure how that conversation will go if I'm honest," he added. "But you know what it's like as players, you don't know what the chairman is thinking. I don't know, I mean he might want to sell me.

"He might be thinking, 'If I could get 100 million for you, then why not?'. I'm not going to be worth that for the next two or three years."