Harry Kane is “still a Tottenham player” and the club will not focus on his future until the end of the season, caretaker boss Ryan Mason has said.
However, the 29-year-old has been linked with a move away from the club.
“We are focused on Harry until the end of the season, like all the other players,” Mason said.
Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger recently told Bein Sports that Kane should stay at Tottenham for another season.
Asked about Wenger’s comments, Mason said: “At the end of the season there are decisions to be made for different people and different players.
“The reality is that Harry is still a Tottenham player and we are still focused on him achieving more with this great football club and hopefully he can do that.”
Kane, who attracted interest from Manchester City in 2021, has been linked with a summer move to Manchester United.
When the two teams met in a 2-2 draw last month United fans chanted that they would ‘see him in June’.
Tottenham are currently sixth in the Premier League and out of the Champions League places, while United are fourth.
Kane replaced former Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney as the second-highest goalscorer in Premier League history when he scored for Spurs. 1-0 win against Crystal Palace last Saturday.
When asked if Kane should have a statue at Tottenham, Mason replied: “That’s probably a question to be answered when he’s not playing here.
“So you can really recognize and appreciate the work he’s done here. Right now it’s probably a bit premature.”