Tottenham interim boss Ryan Mason doesn't feel they need to secure Champions League football to keep Harry Kane at the club.
Speculation over the England captain's future at Spurs was ramped up again earlier this week when he said he wants to "win trophies".
"I don’t think so," Mason said when asked if Kane would seek to leave if they're not in the Champions League. "Harry Kane loves this football club. That’s been proven over the last seven or eight years.
"He’s one of the best strikers in the world. Everyone knows that, we know that and I’d like to think Harry knows that as well.
"The most important thing right now, and our attention right now, is this weekend. We can’t disrespect any opponent and we can’t be investing our energy into anything else. That’s all I have to say on the matter.
"Our attention, Harry’s attention, the attention of this whole football club is on this Sunday."
Mason added that he hasn't sat down with Kane since his comments about desiring trophies this week.
"There haven’t been and there won’t be any conversations with me and him regarding anything apart from the training day or the match ahead.
"He’s one of the most professional guys I’ve ever met in my life so Harry Kane has been training excellently this week.
"He’ll be training excellently tomorrow, I know that, and he’ll be ready for the weekend."