England/Tottenham footballer and captain, Harry Kane insists his reputation hasn’t been damaged after his failed push to secure a transfer to Manchester City this summer.
Kane made it clear to Tottenham chairman, Daniel Levy that he wanted to leave the club in search of trophies after failing to win silverware in his Spurs career.
But Levy refused City’s transfer attempts, forcing Kane to release a statement last week that he will remain at the club.
In a new interview with talkSPORT, Kane was asked if he felt his reputation had been damaged after the transfer saga, to which he replied: â€œNo, I donâ€™t think so.
â€œI think anyone involved in the football industry knows the ins and outs.
â€œI was quite calm with the situation, but when youâ€™re in it and you know the truth, then your conscience is clear.
â€œThereâ€™s always going to be noise. My whole career Iâ€™ve had ups and downs from when Iâ€™m young to where I am, thatâ€™s just part of the parcel of it.
â€œA lot of people that know me will say Iâ€™m a professional athlete whoâ€™s dedicated my life to this game and thatâ€™s what Iâ€™ll continue to do.
â€œIâ€™ll look forward now, the aim has always been to win silverware with Tottenham and itâ€™s been that aim every year.â€