Despite being the most consistent side in the Premier League over the last two seasons it looks likely that Kane is going to end this term without a winners’ medal at club level.
Spurs sit four points behind Chelsea heading into this afternoon’s North London Derby and have by far the more difficult run-in, which also includes a visit to West Ham and a clash with Manchester United. Tottenham also fell short in the FA Cup, losing to the league leaders in the semi-final.
Kane told Sky Sports: “I just want to win. I want to win trophies.
“I don't think there's a day that goes past where I don't wake up and think 'I want to win something'. I want to win the Premier League, I want to win the Champions League, I want to win the FA Cup and in three years' time, if I haven't won a few trophies by then, I think it will be disappointing.
“When you walk into the training ground, there has to be a wall saying ‘Premier League winners or FA Cup winners or European winners,’ that's got to be the next thing.”
The title hopes of Mauricio Pochettino’s men could be decided on Sunday, when they host Arsenal for the final time at the current White Hart Lane hours after Chelsea play the toughest game of their run-in, away to Everton.
Spurs’ gap to the top could reach as many as seven points or be as little as a point by the end of the day’s play but Kane and company need no extra motivation as they bid to secure their last victory over their great rivals at their home of 118 years.
“I think it's going to be incredible,” Kane added. “The atmosphere is going to be like no other north London derby because we're unbeaten at home this year and Arsenal would not be the team I want that to end against.”