Harry Kane drops Tottenham future tip as he discusses Daniel Levy talks to improve the club

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The Tottenham Hotspur striker has been talking about improving the club going forward and giving his opinion to the chairman

Harry Kane spoke about having spoken with Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy in order to improve the club for the future.

The Spurs have slowed this season and are out for the first four races and are now on their third head coach of the campaign, with Ryan Mason taking the helm for the remaining games. Kane scored the winning goal on Saturday against Crystal Palace to overtake Wayne Rooney as the second-highest goalscorer in Premier League history with 209 goals. Kane achieved it in just 317 appearances compared to Rooney’s 491, scoring 208 goals.

Kane, already Tottenham and England’s all-time top scorer, is approaching the final 12 months of his contract with the north London club with speculation over his future.

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In a new interview with Sky Sports, held on Tuesday, the striker appeared to be thinking about the future of Spurs and what he can do to improve it in conversation with Levy.

“I think on the pitch you know I always give 100%. I always give my all for the team and the club. I think off the pitch having these conversations with the president and the team here and trying to give my opinion on some of the things that I think they can help us be more consistent and more successful in the culture that we’re trying to establish,” he said.

“I feel like from a cultural standpoint we’ve been very up and down the last few years, so any great team, any winning team, you know they have a way of doing things and anyone who comes in or is added to that, they kind of fit right in and know the patterns.

“Ours are a little loose, I feel, and we need to find a way to create that environment that is conducive to success.”

He added: “It’s been a tough season. Probably the last two or three years we haven’t been where we wanted to be as a club, so ultimately there are some internal things we need to talk about.

“We need to discuss some of the standards around the team and the training ground, which we need to get back to. We had [standards] in place when Mauricio Pochettino was here, so internally we need to do that.

“The president [Daniel Levy] will make a decision about what he thinks is best for the club, in terms of the coach and who he wants to bring in, the players who are going to leave and who he wants to bring in.

“I always think you’re never too far away from being competitive with the right people, but you’re also never too far away from dropping to 10th or 11th in the Premier League because that’s the pattern.

“It’s an important moment for the club to feel a connection again with the fans, who I know have been frustrated by those moments. We need to try to rebuild that relationship and try to push everyone in the same direction.”

On Saturday, Kane was asked, following his winning display against Palace, who would take over as manager at Tottenham next.

This is the club’s fault. If I end up talking to the president at the end of the season I’m sure he’ll let me know what’s on his mind,” said the 29-year-old. ahead and let us go.

“The club will make the best decision for everyone, for the players, for the fans, for the club in general, so we’ll have to wait and see what that will be.”

Kane was certainly pushing Mason, his friend and former teammate, for the role.

“I think we’re all behind him. We know the club is in a situation where I’ve talked about getting some value back. I feel Ryan brings all those attributes,” explained the England captain. He’s been here since the base, he knows what it’s like to be a fan, he knows what it’s like to play here. With that attitude and that desire, he brings great enthusiasm to the coaching role here.

“Ultimately it will be up to the president and the club what they decide. But in those three games we are totally with him to try to improve and try to win and see what happens.”

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