Harry Kane
Harry Kane, 23, has four years left on his Tottenham contract Julian Finney/Getty Images

Tottenham are not worried about the future of Harry Kane after initial talks over an improved contract for the England striker broke down, according to reports.

Sky Sports says there will 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 have stalled over a disagreement on wages.

Kane reportedly earns around £60,000 ($75,000) per week at White Hart Lane, lower than club captain Hugo Lloris and playmaker Christian Eriksen.

Sky Sports claims Spurs are reluctant to pay Kane over £100,000 per week as a basic wage and prefer to add more incentive-based bonuses.

Relations between Kane and Spurs remain amicable and the forward reportedly wants to stay at White Hart Lane for the foreseeable future.

Reports this week suggested that both Real Madrid and Manchester United were monitoring the England international's contract situation.

Kane scored 25 league goals for Spurs last season to help them qualify for the Champions League. He has won 17 caps for England since making his international debut in March last year.

The 23-year-old has missed a large portion of this season with an ankle injury and was released from England's squad for the friendly against Spain earlier this week to continue his recovery.

Speaking in August, Kane told Sky Sports that he would love to stay at Spurs for the rest of his career.

"I'd love to stay here. The club is in great shape at the moment, and we're going forward as a club, and that's important," he said.

"As long as there's a vision with the club, and we're not stale, we're going forward as a club. At the moment, we're an excited group of young players with a great manager, great training ground and a new stadium coming too.

"I'd love to stay here for the rest of my career. We'll just have to see what happens."