Kyle Walker trebled his wages when he was lured away by Manchester City last summer and Kane has already indicated that the north Londoners need to start winning trophies to keep hold of him.
"I've always said, just keep progressing, keep getting better", Kane said.
Helicopter carrying ONGC employees crashes
The helicopter, headed for the oil rig "NQO" in Mumbai High North, 92 miles northwest of Mumbai , was scheduled to land at 11am. After receiving the missing report, a search operation was started with support from the coast guard and the Indian navy .
Now, Daniel Levy has shot down any possibility of the star duo leaving the club.
While Alli has scored five goals and provided six assists in the Premier League this season, Harry Kane who recently broke Alan Shearer's record of most goals in a calendar year has found the back of the net 18 times in 21 appearances.
Spurs signed a ten-year agreement to host at least two matches a year.
He appeared to leave the door open to a possible transfer earlier this week when he said his willingness to stay at Spurs would depend on their ability to win silverware.
African Union: Trump 's***hole' remarks dishonor 'American creed'
Democratic congressman Luis Gutierrez called Trump "a racist who does not share the values enshrined in our Constitution". He added the country "would be forced to take large numbers of people from high crime countries which are doing badly".
Mauricio Pochettino says Tottenham are not close to any January signings and suggested that clubs have to pay over the odds to buy players mid-season. "Personally, I never look next to me at what another team is doing".
"If you want to sign players [in January], there must be an opportunity and it's hard to find these opportunities", Pochettino said. "It's about how I believe, how we believe, and how we make things happen".
Spurs are now fifth in the league table, three points off the top four.
Raiders plan to hire Tom Cable as offensive line coach
Davis has not said that Gruden verbally accepted the job, but used the phrase "all in" to describe how Gruden felt about the job. The NFL said Thursday it will review the process that led to the Oakland Raiders' hiring of Jon Gruden as their head coach.