Harry Kane replies when asked if he wants to be Tottenham captain

Harry Kane admits that he would love to take over from Hugo Lloris as Tottenham captain one day

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff

Harry Kane has admitted that he would love to take over as Tottenham captain in the future as he reiterated his commitment to the north London club.

The striker has earned a reputation as one of the Premier League’s top attacking players in recent seasons and has been rewarded for his fine form with a new contract.

Kane has been in fine form for Tottenham this season once again and has already scored 14 Premier League goals and notched up three assists for the Lilywhites.

Hugo Lloris is currently Spurs’ skipper, but Kane has admitted that the would love to take the armband for the north London side in the future.

Speaking in an interview with ESPN FC, Kane said: “Hopefully Hugo is here as long as possible and he’ll be the captain. But if he goes to another club or is injured, that’s a role that I’d love to take up.

“Everyone knows how I feel about Spurs and the connection I have with the fans. I see myself as a leader and we have a lot of leaders on the field. So why not?

“I’d love to be captain of Tottenham and hopefully one day England as well.”

Tottenham are currently gearing up for their crunch Premier League clash against Liverpool at Anfield on Saturday night.

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