The future of Tottenham Hotspur star Harry Kane has been a talking point for some time.
The England international has been at the centre of constant media reports that Real Madrid are interested in his signature.
So far, the striker has remained committed to Tottenham, where he has been since a youngster when he broke through the academy in 2009.
Kane has had a stellar season having netted 35 goals in 39 appearances so far, but there are concerns about his fitness after he suffered an ankle injury against Bournemouth at the weekend.
Spurs fans have not seemed too worried, though, but something that they could be feeling nervous about is whether another club will snatch the striker away from North London.
Ryan Mason, who played alongside Kane at Spurs after coming through the ranks in 2008, believes that his former teammate has no intention of leaving the club.
The former midfielder, who was forced to retire earlier this season at the age of 25 due to a head injury, gave his thoughts on Kane’s future while speaking to talkSPORT.
“What I believe is that Harry wants to go down in the record books as a record-breaker and going out to LaLiga that’s not going ot happen. Staying in the Premier League with Tottenham, that will happen. He’ll break Shearer’s record, he’ll break Rooney’s record for England – I’m so confident. He doesn’t need to win a trophy right now. Harry I belive will stay at Spurs, he will stay there scoring goals, and I believe he will win trophies with Spurs.”