England forward Harry Kane has been urged to leave Tottenham if Liverpool or Manchester City came in for the England striker.
The 26-year-old said he might leave Spurs if there's no progress because he wants to win trophies.
"I can understand the predicament he is in," Chris Sutton told BBC Radio 5 Live.
"But if he wants to win the Premier League, then he should move on and go to a club who have a better chance of winning it than Spurs do."
Kane is yet to win any trophy at Tottenham whose last trophy was the 2008 League Cup.
Spurs, under Jose Mourinho, are having a season to forget as they have been dumped out of all Cup competitions this season and they're out of contention for the Premier League.
"We all understand he wants to win something. So if he wants to win something, I wouldn't begrudge him a move," said former Chelsea and Celtic striker Sutton.
"Spurs are a brilliant club, but at this moment in time they are way behind the likes of Liverpool and Manchester City.
"If one of those clubs came in for him, if you were Harry Kane you would be stupid not to go"