Harry Kane will consider his Tottenham future at the end of the season amid fears the club is heading in the wrong direction, claims The Daily Telegraph.
The 26-year-old has not featured for Tottenham since New Year's Day and is not expected back from a hamstring injury anytime soon.
Kane's injury has really derailed Tottenham's season and they are on course for another campaign without silverware.
The England captain will have no problem finding a new club after developing into one of the best strikers in the world and will ponder his future this summer.
It is up to Jose Mourinho and Tottenham to prove the forward can fulfill his ambitions at his boyhood club but expect interest from some of Europe's biggest clubs.
Kane still has more than four years left to run on his current Tottenham deal and the north London outfit value their star man in excess of £150m.
Kane is on course to finish with less than 20 league goals for the second season running, having previously netted more in four straight campaigns.