England captain Harry Kane has been told he is at a "crossroads" in his career.

Ex-Spurs star Sheringham tells Harry Kane "you only get one career, make sure you make the most of it."

Kane may have to consider moving on to win things. [Getty]

Former Tottenham and Manchester United forward Teddy Sheringham says England striker Harry Kane is at a point where a decision must be made in regards to his future at the north London club.


The former Spurs frontman insists Kane may have to seek pastures new if the Lilywhites are not looking to battle for silverware.


Rumours suggesting Kane could be on his way out of Tottenham have continued to gather pace after the forward revealed he would like to win trophies and wouldn't remain at the club for the sake of it.


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The 54-year-old told Sky Sports' The Football Show: "You have to look at Tottenham and where they are. When I was there, the ambition had been sucked out of the club, it wasn't going places, but now they're challenging for things and in the top four.


"Harry's got to weigh up his situation, does he want to leave? Are top players going to be coming in, or does he have to go elsewhere to play with top players?


"At the moment, I would say his career at Tottenham, I know they haven't won anything, but it's been steadily going forward. It might be at a crossroads now, and if not this year, but if they don't look like they're going forward or win anything in the next year, there could be changes.


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"Harry's only got one career, and he wants to win things. We'll see what happens with that, but my advice would be you only get one career, make sure you make the most of it."



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