Tottenham striker Harry Kane believes he can win the Premier League and Champions League with the club after signing a new five-and-a-half year deal.
The 23-year-old has committed himself to Spurs until 2022 and celebrated with two goals on Saturday as they beat Swansea City 5-0 at home.
Tottenham have not won the league since 1961 but Kane believes that is soon going to change at a new-look White Hart Lane.
“I want to win trophies. Premier Leagues, Champions Leagues,” the Daily Star report him as saying.
“We’ve got to aim high; we have everything in the right place. You see the stadium being built every time we come here, little by little – it’s exciting.
“We’ve got everything in place to be one of the top clubs in Europe. That’s the aim, that’s my goal and I’m sure it is the club’s goal too.
“I’m happy here, I feel the club’s progressing, we’ve got a great manager who I believe in a lot and the players believe in a lot, the stadium, the training ground.
“They are exciting times. There was no hesitation in signing.”
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Kane is enjoying a run of form that has seen him score six goals in five games since his return from an ankle injury.
Spurs have only won twice in 11 games and have also been knocked out of the Champions League with a game still to go.
However, the England striker reckons a good run of results is imminent and the club can maintain a serious push for the title this season.
“Last year in December and January we really pushed on and put a good string or results together. That is what we have got to do now,” he said.
“We have definitely got some winnable games coming up, some good games at home that we should definitely win.
“We are looking to get a good run together and hopefully push us up the league, so we can start fighting for the title.”
Kane’s brace against Swansea put him up to 21 goals in 28 games this calendar year, with only Sergio Aguero netting more.