Tottenham striker Harry Kane has revealed his desire to one day win the acclaimed Ballon d’Or award.
The England striker has scored 50 goals in 2017, and came in 10th place in this year’s Ballon d’Or countdown.
He’s cemented his place as one of the best strikers in the world, and has won the Premier League scoring crown for the past two seasons.
Kane told reporters after netting twice in his latest outing against Stoke to reach a half-century for the year: “It’s been a good year for me and it’s one I am happy with but my aim is always to try and win competitions and win the Ballon d’Or.
“Fifty goals is a good mark to get to and there are a few more games left, so, hopefully, I can get a few more.
“For me it’s about whether I can beat that next year — 2018 is time to improve and get better and, hopefully, do more and win more as well.
“At the end of the day I finished tenth in the Ballon d’Or, not first.
“To make that step up it takes winning trophies with your club. Premier Leagues, FA Cups, Champions Leagues, that’s the only way to get better and progress. We are quite a way behind this year.
“What every player wants to achieve is to win trophies.
“Some people might say we have been unfortunate in the last couple of years but it hasn’t happened for us.
“We are still in competitions this year that we can go far in, so that’s what we have got to try and achieve.”