‘Should be winning trophies’: Harry Kane opens up on latest low after crushing Champions League exit to Milan

Tottenham Hotspur’s Champions League campaign ended in disappointing fashion at home after a 0-0 draw with AC Milan.

Tottenham star Harry Kane will have a big decision to make in the summer after Spurs missed an opportunity to reach the last eight of the Champions League last night.

The Lilywhites drew 0-0 at home after a 1-0 defeat to AC Milan in the first leg, the failure to score at home now means they will go 15 years without a trophy and striker Harry Kane is still waiting for his first trophy despite scoring more than 200 goals for the club.

Following their exit from Europe, Spurs will now turn their attention to finishing the league campaign strongly and firming their grip of top four- but Kane says Tottenham should be winning major trophies and not just focusing on finishing fourth.

He said after the Champions League exit: “No, I don’t think so. Where we’re at as a club, we should be winning trophies.

“That’s always the aim. The top four [being our only target] is a consequence of not playing as well as we want to play.

“Now that’s all we can fight for so that’s going to be the goal and hopefully we can achieve that come the end of the season. But for sure, it’s not enough for this club.”

The Tottenham board will have a decision to make also after Spurs lost to Sheffield United to exit the FA Cup and followed it up with a league defeat to Wolves that lowered momentum and eventually led to the Milan disappointment.

The clouds seem to be gathering for Antonio Conte but Kane says it’s not up to him to speak about the future of his boss and will continue to work for the over-all good of the club.

Kane added: “That’s his decision, he’s going to be the one that makes that choice. All we can do as players is try to perform for him, work as hard as we can.

“That’s what we’re doing. I said after the Wolves game at the weekend, you can’t fault the effort of the players.

“We’re trying, we’re training but we’re just lacking something. We’ve talked about mentality before and that ruthless hunger to be better, to be the best, to be one of the best teams in Europe. We just haven’t quite found that yet.”

Spurs host Nottingham Forest in the league this weekend and will hope they put an end to the disappointing results they’ve had recently and rescue what is left of their campaign.