"I'd love to be a one-club man. It depends on how the club goes forward and managers et cetera, but I've said I want to stay here, as we're in a great place at the moment".
Kane on a number of occasions has committed the rest of his career to Spurs, but during the last international break, he was quoted as saying "never say never" at the prospect of playing abroad someday. However, he added they are unlikely to sign a new striker in the January market.
Real Madrid head coach Zinedine Zidane believes the return leg against Tottenham will be "like a final" as both sides aim to progress to the UEFA Champions League knockouts as top seeds.
Given the way in which he's progressed at Tottenham under the watchful eye of manager Mauricio Pochettino, that isn't a massive surprise. Now he's got so many different strings to his bow, as he's able to bully defenders, link play and find intelligent positions on the field.
According to Diaz, there have been some talks at the Santiago Bernabeu about adding a new forward to Zinedine Zidane's squad.
Spurs are all too familiar with Real Madrid after selling talismans Luka Modric and Gareth Bale for £30m in 2012 and £86m in 2013 respectively, but will be determined not to make it a hat-trick with the departure of Kane.
Up next for Kane is a Premier League encounter with Liverpool at Wembley Stadium on Sunday.
Kane, who was born locally in Walthamstow, has been on the books at Tottenham since 2004.
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