Tottenham Hotspurs and three lions forward Harry Kane has had his say on what the benchmark is for the north London side.
The English man says a top-four finish and winning the Carabao Cup would sum up a “pretty good season” for the club.
Kane’s goalscoring prowess has however failed to lift spurs to the glorious height and it has led to speculation that he wants an exit this summer.
The three lions skipper has a six-year contract that runs until 2024 and with three years left on his contract, he’d command a great transfer fee that only top clubs will be able to afford not even spurs themselves.
“It’s been a difficult spell at Spurs but, look, we went into the Arsenal game winning five games in a row,” Kane told The Telegraph.
“Obviously the Arsenal game [a 2-1 defeat] was a difficult one to take and then, of course, the Europa League where we went out [to Dinamo Zagreb] was a big disappointment.
“But we bounced back last Sunday [against Aston Villa] with a win and I think, when you look at the bigger picture, we’re a couple of points off the top-four places and we’ve got a cup final to play so if we’re looking at it the end of May and we’ve finished in the top four and won the Carabao Cup I think everyone will say it’s been a pretty good season.”