Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has urged Tottenham's star striker Harry Kane to remain at the club despite a lot of temptation surrounding him to quit Spurs. Kane is currently facing a huge dilemma regarding his future with some people asking him to quit the club in search of trophies elsewhere while others including Wenger, have suggested that he stays instead.

Jermain Defoe and Roy Keane have both suggested that the England international forward leave Spurs to increase his chances of ending his career with silverware, but Wenger thinks otherwise.

Kane is a known prolific goalscorer and he reminded everyone just how much of a goal poacher he is after finding the back of the net for England against Albania on Sunday, taking his international goalscoring tally to 33 in just 52 appearances.

At 27, the pressure keeps mounting on him to try and win titles and not just score goals, but there are some factors that will all come together to determine whether or not he will be leaving Spurs. Harry Redknapp, one of those who have asked the striker to leave Tottenham has suggested that he could be on his way out of the club if they fail to win any trophy this season.

However, Wenger has urged Kane to not take hasty decisions and that he should take this period as an opportunity to become more ambitious than ever in trying to achieve his dreams of winning trophies with Tottenham.

Speaking on Sky Sports, Wenger said Tottenham were the league leaders last December, and that his Arsenal team made it to the top of the table a couple of times during his tenure. Wenger said Kane is the only person that can handle the situation perfectly but that he should take caution in doing so because it would not be easy given that other clubs will keep showing interest.