Former Tottenham Hotspur manager Harry Redknapp has said that he expects Harry Kane to turn down any interest from elsewhere to remain in North London.
The England international's stellar form in front of goal continued on Saturday afternoon as he netted another brace against Everton, helping Spurs to run out 4-0 winners at Wembley Stadium.
Kane's breathtaking 2017 has attracted rumoured interest from Real Madrid, but Redknapp believes that the 24-year-old - now Tottenham's record all-time scorer in the Premier League - will stay put.
"I don't see Harry Kane being a player who leaves Tottenham," he told talkSPORT. "I think he's happy there. If he gets a good contract and he's looked after I don't seem him chasing big dreams elsewhere.
"Tottenham beat Real Madrid this season in the Champions League. At Barcelona, with the players they have got there and the way they play [would he fit in]?
"Tottenham are a big club, they are in the top four or five clubs in this country so I would think he's quite happy. His life is probably fantastic at the moment."