Various reports were linking Harry Kane out of Tottenham Hotspur since the start of the season. Most of the reports claimed that Kane was increasingly getting frustrated and was no longer happy at the White Hart Lane following a string of poor performances.
Things seem to have changed for the superstar Spurs striker though. Starsport reports that on Christmas Day, Harry Kane confided in his pals that though there was a time when he was looking to move out, however, the new Spurs manager Jose Mourinho convinced him to stay and now he is happy at his boyhood club once again.
The report also adds that ever since Mourinho joined at the new gaffer, he has been working hard with the crucial players to build a ‘groundwork for a strong relationship’.
Harry Kane reportedly said he got a text manager from the serial trophy winner Jose and called him ‘the best striker in Europe’. He also assured him that Spurs will be winning many trophies in the seasons to come and Happy Kane will have a big part to play for the success of the club in the future.
Kane has a host of individual honours to his name, including Premier League and World Cup Golden Boot awards. However, landing major trophies has evaded him, with last season’s Champions League final defeat to Liverpool the closest he’s come to silverware since a 2015 League Cup final defeat to Chelsea.
Kane said of his new manager earlier this month:
Mourinho’s got his own style, his own way of doing things. For me, it is about learning that way.
“Obviously my top-level career has only been with one manager, so for me it’s good to experience new things, see how different managers work. Mourinho’s one of the highest level managers in our sport, so I can only learn from him.
“Whenever a new manager comes in, everyone’s ready, wants to work, wants to impress. But it’s important over this month, a busy period, and in January that we carry it on. It’s not just for an early period.
“We’ve been feeling good. We’ve scored goals in pretty much every game we’ve played with the new manager in charge so if we can get it right, grind out results like that throughout the season we’ll be OK.”
He’ll be hoping to score again as Spurs host Brighton on Boxing Day.