Harry Kane has urged Tottenham to take the next step in their development under Mauricio Pochettino by ending the club’s trophy drought this season.
On Wednesday night, Pochettino’s side will travel to the Emirates to take on Arsenal in the Carabao Cup quarter-finals.
Kane says they are determined to gain revenge for their 4-2 defeat in the North London derby earlier this month, and in doing so, take a big step towards ending Spurs fans’ wait for a trophy.
“The stage we are at now as a team, it is the next step for us. We have to start winning trophies,” Kane told Sky Sports News.
“If we win this one, it will be another tough team out of the tournament so it is a big opportunity for us and one we are really looking forward to.
“It is massive. Obviously, we played them a couple of weeks ago and they got one over on us.
“It will be nice to play them again so soon. Hopefully we can get it right this time and get the win. It is a quarter-final against your London rivals so it does not get much bigger.”