Tottenham Hotspur 'family' will stick together next season: Harry Kane

Tottenham Hotspur 'family' will stick together next season: Harry Kane

Tottenham Hotspur 'family' will stick together next season: Harry Kane

The England worldwide has had another sensational season in the Premier League, scoring 17 goals and weighing in with five assists for Spurs as they put in another spirited title challenge.

But Pochettino, who also insisted he is staying at Tottenham despite speculation linking him with Inter, stressed Spurs are in full control over transfers, although he did acknowledge movement in and out of the club is a "natural" thing during the off-season.

THE season may be all but over - but Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino has said he is still focusing on a win over Leicester City tonight which would ensure his side surpasses the points total which won the East Midlands outfit the title last season.

Harry Kane scored four goals in Tottenham's 6-1 rout of Leicester on Thursday, ensuring the Premier League runner-up is closing out the season with a swagger despite missing out on the title. "I will stay here next season".

"There is no reason to leave". But I don't think we should be too sad because we are literally moving 150 yards to the left, so we're not exactly like Arsenal coming out of where they came and going around the corner.

"The Argentina global recently had an operation on his left hip and the latest surgery will not affect the overall recovery period", read a statement on the club's official website.

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Together with worries that some players could be lured to rival clubs, some Spurs feared the worst.

"You know very well that when you're second it's something you must improve". We love to help the club, try to reach the next level, develop young players and to build something special that doesn't exist in another club in the world.

But Alli said: "I've not really worked on my temperament, I've learned from my mistakes". He responded "we need to see" when asked if Rose would be ready to return by the start of a 2017-18 campaign that will see Spurs play all home matches at Wembley while work continues on their new 61,461-seater stadium.

He told reporters: "We were so close again this season, but like last season it was not enough". The Argentine has not played nine Premier League matches this season with just one goal to his credit.

The likes of Kane, Alli and Walker will be in action for England next month but Pochettino said: "I understand that football is a business but they need rest".

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