Germany legend Jurgen Klinsmann has urged Tottenham Hotspur captain Harry Kane to remain with the north London club and not leave in search of trophies as he did in 1995.
Klinsmann netted 20 Premier League goals during a fine debut Premier League season but joined Bayern Munich after only one year at White Hart Lane. The striker went on to win the UEFA Cup and the Bundesliga - but he has now urged current Spurs talisman, Kane, not to leave the club in search of glory.
"He can achieve anything he puts his mind to. He’s so, so talented, exceptional and he’s now into a stage of his career where he is far more mature," Klinsmann told talkSPORT.
"He’s not the young lad anymore, even if you think of him as a young player. Watching him from a distance, you wish him now titles. When you play a professional career, and you get the opportunity to play in a top-five team Tottenham have not won anything since League Cup glory in 2008. In any country in the world, then it’s about winning titles."
"And so, I keep all my fingers crossed for Spurs and for him that he can collect trophies – that’s what it is all about at the end of the day."
The England international has been linked with a move to Manchester United this summer having recently admitted he could leave Spurs if their trophy drought continues.