Kane admits to "disappointment" with Tottenham as speculation over future grows
Tottenham star Harry Kane has spoken of his "disappointment" in Spurs' performances this season following their Carabao Cup final defeat last Sunday.
Kane was speaking at the London Football Awards where he picked up the Premier League Player of the Year gong.
And the England captain's individual achievements this season may not be over yet.
Despite Spurs being in seventh in the Premier League, Kane could still win the top-flight's Golden Boot as he has netted 21 times so far this campaign. His closest opposition for the award is Liverpool's Mohamed Salah, who has scored 20.
Kane admitted winning solo awards is fantastic but his latest gong is bittersweet as he'd rather be lifting trophies with his club.
Kane told the Evening Standard: "It has been a disappointing season if I am totally honest.
"We have still got loads to improve on. The only thing now is to try and make that Champions League spot.
"Obviously the start of the season, being top of the league come November, it shows that when we are playing well, when we are in a good space, that we are not far away and we can compete at the top of the league.
"All in all, the disappointment kind of overrides that. For me, there are some positives. It is more when we reflect after the season and we look back, I think as individuals as players, everyone likes to see what they can improve on and do better."
Kane's future at Spurs is uncertain with rumours suggesting the forward could join Manchester United.
His contract for Tottenham runs out in 2024 and for now he is solely focused on winning silverware for the London club. While team success is at the top of his list, there are more individual records to achieve.
Kane has moved within 100 goals of Alan Shearer's Premier League record of 260 and admits he'd love to beat the record.
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