MILLWALL loanee Harry Kane has admitted that his short-term future may lie away from Tottenham.
But the 18-year-old striker insists that his long-term aim is to be a success at White Hart Lane.
Kane has impressed in his 22 appearances since joining the Lions in the January transfer window, scoring six goals – including the opener that set Kenny Jackett's side on their way to a 2-0 victory over Hull City on Saturday.
And with Spurs on the verge of Champions League qualification, Kane looks increasingly likely to be loaned out by the north London club for next season.
“The main aim is obviously to get in the team at Spurs but I know that’s unlikely at the moment with the players they’ve got,” he told the Daily Star.
“I just want to play my game, finish the season here and hopefully score a few more goals. I managed it for Orient in League One last year and now I’ve shown that I can do it in the Championship as well.”