Harry Kane will give everything to interim boss Ryan Mason in the last seven games.
Both Harry Kane and Ryan Mason came through the Spurs academy youth ranks.
Ryan Mason was named Spurs’ interim manager until the end of this season after Jose Mourinho was given the sack as his stormy 17-month spell was brought to an end.
Harry Kane vowed to do everything to ensure a successful end to this campaign.
‘Having come through the academy together I know how much it will mean to @ryan8mason to take charge of the team for the rest of the season,’ Kane posted on his social media pages.
‘We’ll give him everything we’ve got for these next 7 games.’
Ryan Mason is unsure whether Kane would be ready to face Man City in the Carabao Cup final.
‘I’m not sure currently,’ he said.
‘He didn’t train today. It’s one of those cases where we’re taking it day by day.
‘We’re still not sure about the weekend yet but what we do know is that Harry is working extremely hard to get over this injury.
‘I think with any injury you just take it day by day. Harry’s a professional, he’ll be doing all he can to get fit as soon as possible.
‘It’s one of those, there’s no timescale on it. But hopefully Harry won’t be out for too long.’