Harry Kane
Harry Kane, 23, has four years left on his Tottenham contract Alex Broadway/Getty Images

England striker Harry Kane has brushed aside talk that he could quit Tottenham amid reports that talks over an improved contract have broken down.

Sky Sports said last week that there would be no formal talks between Spurs and Kane in the short-term towards improving the player's current contract, which runs until 2020.

Initial negotiations between the club and the 23-year-old's representatives were reported to have stalled over a disagreement on wages.

Reports have suggested that both Real Madrid and Manchester United are monitoring Kane's contract situation, but the England international made it clear that he was happy at White Hart Lane and wished to continue playing for Spurs for many more years.

"I'm happy at the club. A lot of people are going to speculate about contracts but I am happy – you saw me out there [against West Ham]," Kane was quoted as saying by Sky Sports.

"There's not many better feelings than being at White Hart Lane and scoring in a London derby. So yeah, I am happy at the club and want to be here for a long, long time.

"We are in talks and I'm sure we will get something sorted. I'm not panicking and I'm not demanding anything as I've read in the paper.

"We're having a conversation and I have no doubts that we will get it sorted. As I say, I want to be here for a long time and I am sure I will be."

Kane scored two late goals as Spurs came from behind twice to beat West Ham 3-2 at White Hart Lane on 19 November.

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino hailed the 23-year-old, who has missed seven weeks this season due to an ankle injury, as one of the best strikers in the world.

"Harry Kane is always very important, he is our main striker," the Argentine coach was quoted as saying by the BBC.

"You miss that type of player when he does not play for 10 or 11 games."