Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane has expressed disappointment as it looks like the club will go trophyless for another season.
Spurs have not won a competitive title since 2008 under the guidance of former boss Juande Ramos.
Tottenham are fourth in the Premier League and out of the race for the title. They crashed out of the Carabao Cup after Nottingham Forest beat them in the third round.
Sheffield United knocked them out of the FA Cup last week, and they are now out of the Champions League.
Kane said (via the Guardian): “Where we’re at as a club, we should be winning trophies.
“The top four (being the only target) is a consequence of not playing as well as we want to play. For sure, it’s not enough for this club. I totally understand the fans’ frustration.
“Top four (alone) is not good enough for anyone at this club, especially the fans. They have the right to voice their opinion.
“The last week especially just hasn’t been good enough. Before the Sheffield United game, the season could have been a whole lot different.
“You go through there, you take that momentum into the league game and this game (against Milan).
“But I feel like that loss last week put a dagger in our hearts and as you can see we haven’t really recovered from that.”
Despite the season starting with so much hope, Tottenham are set for another bleak ending.
Fans continue to chant for chairman Daniel Levy to leave the club. He has faced criticism for not spending enough.
Even when they have spent big money, the new signings have not worked out.
Tottenham manager Antonio Conte looks tired of the job and will likely leave this summer.
Fans have been chanting for the return of former boss Mauricio Pochettino. The Argentine manager is available after leaving his post at Paris Saint-Germain last summer.
Bringing Pochettino back is costly as the club spent over £50 million to dismiss him and his staff and hire new managers since his departure.
Kane could also be considering his future. He has become the club’s all-time top scorer but has no silverware for his efforts.
Bayern Munich and Manchester United are interested in Kane and could bid for him at the end of the season.
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