Jose Mourinho admits he is relaxed about the prospect of having to deliver trophies to keep Harry Kane happy at Tottenham.
Kane is at the peak of his game but is yet to win a trophy at Tottenham leading with the England international always said he would be happy to stay at the club for the rest of his career providing he could see the progression.
Winning some silverware would be a good start, with the club currently on a 13-year drought and this could be the season when that finally ends.
If Spurs were to go another season without winning a trophy, Kane could have a decision to make, but Mourinho was not prepared to engage when asked how long his striker should be prepared to wait.
"To win a trophy, he just needs to win one game. I know that it is a big, difficult game," said Mourinho.
"I know that it is against probably the team that is going to win the Premier League this year, so I think it is a very difficult final that we will have to play.
"But to win a trophy, we just need to win a match. You have to ask Harry, but I think 'to wait' is not the right way to describe it. Is to fight for it, is to fight for it. But it's something very personal that I think he is the right guy to have a conversation with you about it."
The north London side is already in the Carabao Cup final against Manchester City and continues their FA Cup journey with a fifth-round trip to Everton on Wednesday before next week's resumption of their Europa League campaign.
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