Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane has renewed his contract with the London club on Friday for six more years, until 2024, as confirmed by the English club. The 24-year-old striker has recently become the club`s top scorer edging out 97 goals of Teddy Sheringham and joined the group of players who have scored 100 goals in the English league, a figure reached in only 141 games.
"We are happy to announce that Kane signed a new six-year contract with the club, until 2024," the Spurs announced on their official Twitter account.
Kane, captain of England and one of the players to talk about in the next World Cup in Russia, explained that he was "excited" and “proud” of signing a new deal with the club. "It`s been an excellent season and I`m looking forward to playing in the new stadium and continue to develop in this club, it`s been fantastic to be in the Champions League and I`m very excited to have another opportunity, in the Premier League," he said.
The 41 goals that he scored this season have earned him the respect of being one of the best strikers in the world and have led him to be in the list of Real Madrid who are looking to reinforce the attack line. Focusing now on the World Cup, the young player is optimistic about the participation of England in Russia. "I`m very excited about the World Cup, now I want to go out and enjoy, it`s been a great season, and, as always, the goal is to improve, so I hope I can do it this summer and next season," he concluded.