Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane has all but ruled out leaving the club for Manchester United in the upcoming summer transfer window after declaring his intention to stay at the club to win trophies.
Kane has scored 30 goals for club and country this season amid his breakthrough campaign at White Hart Lane, but such form has seen him linked with a move away in the summer.
United have been heavily linked with a £45m move for Kane but the boyhood Tottenham fan says he wants to stay in north London and win trophies with Mauricio Pochettino's side.
"Spurs is where I'm at and where I plan to be for a very long time," Kane told BT Sport. "We'll be looking to win some good trophies in the future. I want to keep progressing and keep getting better.
"This season has been crazy and more than what I ever expected to do so early on but it's happened, and it's how you deal with it. I am hoping to go on and win many trophies for Spurs and for England. That's always been the aim since I was a kid, dreaming of lifting the trophy one day for them. I want to be a player that does everything he can to reach his ability and I'll keep working hard. I want to win trophies."
A campaign in which Kane joined Jurgen Klinsmann and Teddy Sheringham as the only Tottenham players to reach 30 goals during a season, and score on his international debut, has seen the 21-year-old emerge as one of the most feared forwards in English football.
Though links with United are not expected to lead to a permanent transfer, speculation regarding his future will only work to swell Kane's reputation and value, and the Chingford-Born forward expects to become a marked man next term.
"A lot of people say second seasons are harder than the first because people are now expecting you to do stuff so, yes, it's down to me to work hard and improve," said Kane.