Former Tottenham striker Teddy Sheringham believes that Harry Kane should leave the club if he wants to win silverware. Kane moved above Thierry Henry in the all-time scorer’s list when he scored during their 5-0 win over Everton in the Premier League. He stands just one goal behind Everton manager Frank Lampard’s tally of 277 goals. Despite the goals, Kane has not been able to win any silverware with Tottenham.

“He’s coming to another crossroads in his career of, ‘What do I do? Do I stay at a club which might challenge or do I go somewhere that I know they’re going to challenge?’,” Tottenham striker Teddy Sheringham said about Harry Kane. “If I was advising him – Tottenham supporters are not very happy about it when I say this – you want to play at the top level, in Champions League finals, playing at the end of the season for the league title, playing in FA Cup finals. If you want to do that he needs to leave.”

“He is the best No 9 in the world for me. He has been for the last four or five years, he’s proving it year in and year out,” he added. “It’s great to get there, but staying at the top and still convincing people he is the best – that’s why he is the best. It is all about getting those chances and I am always confident I am going to hit the target”

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