Harry Kane believes ‘a lot needs to change at Tottenham if the team is to get back to being successful’ and says ‘a conversation needs to take place with Daniel Levy about some of the club’s values’ ahead of his talks with Spurs. president
- Harry Kane says ‘a lot needs to change at Tottenham’ after difficult season
- Spurs suffered a disappointing 3-1 loss to Brentford on Saturday afternoon
- England captain to sit down with Daniel Levy to discuss contract
Harry Kane admitted that “a lot has to change at Tottenham” before the team can be successful again.
Spurs were beaten 3-1 at home to Brentford on Saturday in a disappointing game which worsens what has been a frustrating season for the club, who now look set to miss out on Champions League football next year.
The club have fallen to eighth in the league after winning a meager two of their last 10 Premier League matches, which include some pretty tough defeats like their 6-1 loss to Newcastle and their last loss at Anfield to Liverpool.
Although things weren’t good on the pitch, problems on the pitch further compounded their problems, with Antonio Conte first leaving the club after his explosive rant against his cohort of players, before the director of football of the club, Fabio Paratici, resigns from his post. position after failing to overturn his ban.
It has been a frustrating season for Kane, and with speculation growing over whether he will stay at Tottenham this summer, the 29-year-old admitted there was something that needed to change at the club, but he remained focused on the finish. the season at its peak.
Harry Kane admitted ‘there is still a lot of work to do at Tottenham’ if the club are to return to success
The Tottenham striker scored in their disappointing 3-1 loss to Brentford on Saturday
He also said ‘there must be a conversation [with Daniel Levy] to have anyway in terms of some of the values of the club’
“There is a big summer ahead and a lot of things have to change here to start being successful again. Ultimately, my goal now is to make the most of this final week and try to finish with a win. [at Leeds United] on Sunday.’
Earlier this week the club revealed that a mural had been painted outside the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, paying tribute to their record-breaking striker, who recently overtook Wayne Rooney to become the club’s second-highest all-time goalscorer. Premier League.
He also broke another record on Saturday with his stunning 25-yard free-kick, becoming the first player to score in 25 different league games in a 38-game season, having now scored 28 goals in 37 league games this season.
The England star has been linked with leaving the club this season, and as he is set to speak with his current club about his move, Kane has also suggested he wants to speak with Daniel Levy as well club values. .
‘I think there’s a conversation [with the chairman] to have anyway with regard to certain values of the club. It will be a conversation, we have had many conversations like this before about how we can improve, and it will again.
“It’s been a difficult season. I think we want it to end, but we wanted it to end with some wins. We fully believed it was possible after the way we played in the first half.
The club recently had a mural of the Tottenham striker painted outside the ground
It’s been a disappointing season for Spurs who now sit eighth in the Premier League
“Brentford are just one point behind us, it shows that any team can punish you. The league is getting tougher and tougher and if you don’t keep control you can end up in mid-table and that’s where we’ve been for the past few months.
Kane also defended interim manager Ryan Mason, who took over from Conte in April
He said: ‘Ryan tries to help us as much as possible. We changed the system again and I thought it worked very well in the first half.
Tottenham will now play their last game of the season at Elland Road, in what will be a tough game for the London side, against a Leeds side who need a win to avoid relegation this season.