Harry Kane may have had a U-turn on his Tottenham Hotspur exit stance thanks to Antonio Conte's arrival as head coach. The 28-year-old wanted to leave Tottenham last summer, with Manchester City vying for his signature, but Daniel Levy held firm on his £150million valuation and kept hold of his prized asset.

Spurs' dismal start to the campaign wouldn't have eased his disappointment over a collapsed move to the Premier League champions.

And Kane scored just one goal in nine league appearances before Nuno Espirito Santo was sacked in November.

His output has increased under Conte, netting four times in 10 league outings, and his improved level of performance has sparked a positive change in Spurs' results.

According to Fabrizio Romano, Kane is 'more than happy' with Conte at Spurs, and his current feelings are 'completely different' to last summer.

However, whilst Spurs want him to stay at the club under a new deal, Kane hasn't yet decided on his future.

Kane isn't planning to enter fresh contract talks in the near future, with Champions League status crucial to his transfer stance.