DANIEL LEVY Tottenham Hotspur's long-standing chairman, has insisted that Harry Kane can win trophies at Tottenham.
Spurs have not won a trophy since 2008 and now have to deal with the idea of their star man moving to another club in the summer.
The Spurs talisman has 12 months left on his current contract and has been linked with a number of clubs around Europe, including the likes of Manchester United, Bayern Munich, Real Madrid, and Paris Saint-Germain.
The England captain has also scored 23 goals in 31 matches so far in the Premier League and would improve any team he potentially joins.
Pundits and fans have claimed that if the 28-year-old stayed at Spurs, it would prevent him from winning major honours.
Despite the noise around a departure, Levy refuted that fact and admitted that he could win silverware in north London.
"He can absolutely win a trophy at Spurs, but being a legend is also important," Levy said at The Cambridge Union Society.
"The fact that he's the top scorer for Tottenham Hotspur, he's making history. I hope one day there is a statue of Harry Kane outside our stadium."
"Obviously the ultimate goal is to win trophies. That is clearly what we are trying to do. It's easier said than done," he added.
"Am I happy that we haven't won more than one trophy in the last 15 years? Absolutely not. But I also think we've had some fantastic times, being in the Champions League a number of times.
"Despite the fact I feel sick that there's a club (Arsenal) in north London that's a bit higher than us at this moment in time, if I look back in the last five years, we've also been higher than them, so that's what happens."
Spurs will play Newcastle this weekend. The game kicks off at 2pm on Sunday, April 23rd.