England captain Harry Kane has dropped a hint over his future at Tottenham Hotspur.
The striker stated openly last summer that he wanted to leave the club as his aim was to be in a side capable of winning trophies but Spurs locked him out of a potential move to Manchester City after failing to drop his valuation last summer.
Fortunes seem to have changed for Kane since the arrival of Antonio Conte who led the club back to the Champions League with the Italian set to be backed this summer with players he wants at his disposal.
Asked about his future while on international duty with England, Kane responded: "First and foremost I'm looking forward to getting away, but the plan is to get back on July 8 and head to Korea with the boys.
"I look forward to another season. I got on really well with Antonio in the time he was there and I'm looking forward to next season and what's to come."
Spurs will be hoping that they can win something with Conte this season with the manager being a proven winner with the clubs he has managed previously.