The Daily Mail have stated that the homegrown hero could be in line for a third new deal in the space of a year.
Kane has also been named the Premier League player of the month twice in succession.
He backed this superlative form up by making his England debut against Lithuania on Friday night, where he scored 78 seconds after coming off the bench as a second-half substitute at Wembley.
The report instigates that Spurs want to reward their homegrown hero with another new deal and increase his wages to stave off any potential interest from suitors.
Kane signed a five-year contract with Mauricio Pochettino’s men last summer, while he also put pen to paper on a second upgraded deal earlier this year.
Despite the quick-fire nature of the third contract, the increase in wages would bring Kane in line with Spurs’ other top earners, which seems fair given his level of importance to the North London club.