The 23-year-old doesn't look like he's leaving Tottenham Hotspur any time soon.
Harry Kane has told ESPN that he will be a Tottenham Hotspur player for the "foreseeable future" and added that he is not in the least bit seduced by the riches of modern-day football.
The 23-year-old striker is arguably Tottenham's biggest asset after winning the Premier League's Golden Boot award for two years running, having netted 29 times last season.
Inevitably, there was a bit of speculation about his future earlier in the summer when The Independent reported that Manchester United were interested, but a £200 million asking price by Spurs chairman Daniel Levy appears to have put that one to bed for now.
And the man himself has revealed to ESPN that he sees no reason why he would risk losing a good thing with the Lilywhites by trying to leave Mauricio Pochettino's side.
"Everybody knows I'm a Spurs man and that's where I want to be for the foreseeable future," he said. "I have a great relationship with the manager and a great relationship with the club so there's no reason to change that.
"We're a team going in the right direction and I expect us to be fighting for the title again."
Kyle Walker completed a £54 million switch to Manchester City earlier this week, where he will earn significantly more money than he did in North London.
Asked by ESPN whether that would motivate him, Kane responded: "No not at all. Football for me isn't about money and it's like that for a lot of players.
"It is what it is. People move clubs for different reasons. I'm very much at Tottenham because I love this club and I see it going in a great direction. I'm excited at the future ahead."
Pochettino's side finished second in the Premier League last season, behind champions Chelsea, and their chances next term certainly hinge on whether Kane can replicate his goalscoring heroics for Tottenham.
Tottenham's Harry Kane applauds fans after the match with the matchball