Tottenham Hotspur striker has reiterated his commitment to the north London club when asked about speculation regarding his future at a press conference in Malaysia. Spurs are currently in Asia for their pre-season tour and are set to take on a Malaysian XI on 27 May.
The English striker has had a breakthrough season with the White Hart Lane outfit and his impressive performances, which saw him score over 30 goals for the club in all competitions have attracted the attention of Manchester United, who are said to be preparing a £45m move to take him to Old Trafford.
Louis van Gaal is keen to strengthen his forward line ahead of next season and had made the Three Lions forward his main priority over the summer transfer window.
However, the striker has made it clear that he sees his future with the north London club and is keen to build on his strong season and continue scoring more goals for the club that gave him his chance in the Premier League.
"Spurs are a big club and I have a bright future here. I hope to continue scoring goals and doing well with the club," Kane said, as quoted on Sky Sports.
The 21-year-old forward has also praised Mauricio Pochettino, who took the risk on Kane ahead of senior strikers Emmanuel Adebayor and Roberto Soldado.
The Argentine manager is known to hand chances to young players and apart from Kane, he also promoted midfielders Ryan Mason and Nabil Bentaleb into the Spurs first-team and used them throughout the season ahead of senior midfielders Moussa Dembele and Etienne Capoue.
"He is a good manager who is always willing to assist and I can't speak highly enough of him," the England international added.