Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane believes he will break Wayne Rooney's goalscoring record for England in the near future.
Rooney is the current leading goalscorer for England with 53 goals but Kane who is on 32 already in a live interview with Jamie Redknapp, Kane said he will be disappointed if he didn't surpass the Derby striker.
"Looking at it now, I'd be disappointed if I didn't get to that amount. I'm a confident guy. If I carry on playing for England for the next five or ten years, then, for sure that's a record I would want to be beating. I'm confident if I stay fit and healthy then I'll be able to catch that one up," Kane said.
The 32 goals have come in just 45 caps and the England captain who is recovering from an injury has been billed to break the record much earlier and even set another record of his own for the upcoming striker.
The interview was part of the session where the striker admitted that he might leave Spurs in the future if they fail to win trophies.
Kane despite being one of the finest strikers in this generation has failed to win a major accolade something that has been one blemish in his career with the striker being linked with a move to Manchester United and Real Madrid.