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Harry Kane on milestones, Mourinho and why he might have to leave

by Cyrus Blamey (2020-05-15)

Harry Kane is at home, in self-isolation, with a series of Tottenham Hotspur shirts on the wall behind him and Sportsmail's Jamie Redknapp on the screen in front. During this lockdown, many of us have turned to technology in a bid to stay in touch with friends. Kane and Redknapp are no different, and 50 minutes into this virtual interview, the Spurs striker takes us on a tour. He shows us his shirt from Tottenham's final game at White Hart Lane, and the ball from his first Champions League hat-trick, against Apoel Nicosia in 2017.

Tottenham striker Harry Kane has his sights set on making history with England  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next 'I'm not someone who would stay just for the sake of it...... 'The limit for me is the end of June': Harry Kane says... Share this article Share ‘I've got the boys there,' he adds as he shows us his Premier League and World Cup Golden Boots. ‘I'm hoping to play for another 10 years at least, so hopefully a lot of trophies to win.' There remains room for one more framed shirt - the one he will be wearing if and when he takes over from Wayne Rooney as England's all-time top goalscorer.

The topic of that record is where we begin here, with this interview conducted live on Instagram. Kane outlined his intentions on Instagram Live with former Tottenham player Jamie Redknapp   Jamie Redknapp: With what's going on, you've got a lot of time to think about your future, Harry. You're on 32 goals for England, and Wayne Rooney is on 53. Have you got your eye on that total? Harry Kane: Looking at it now, I'd be disappointed if I didn't get to that amount. I'm a confident guy.

If I carry on playing for England for the next five or ten years, then, for sure, that's a record I want to be beating. I'm confident if I stay fit and healthy then I'll be able to catch that one up. JR: What's been your favourite England moment to date? HK: My debut, scoring after 79 seconds at Wembley. It's what you dream of as a kid. I couldn't have written it any better. We have a fantastic team and it's down to us to show we can win trophies. I'm excited every time we meet up with England.

The Spurs captain is confident he will break Wayne Rooney's (R) England scoring record JR: So there are no cliques? We know that has existed in the past with the Manchester United and Liverpool lads. They'd sit on their own tables. That's not what you want. You want harmony. HK: It's not a rule but whenever we meet up, we try to put club football to one side. We all know how competitive the season can get, and there's rivalries between clubs. But it's important when you come to England that your focus is on England.

You can't have peoples' minds elsewhere.

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