Danny Rose may just have made quite a few Tottenham fans slightly more reassured about Harry Kane's future by insisting that Spurs 'means the world to him'.
The left-back, who joined Newcastle on a six-month loan deal back in January, has played alongside the England captain at national and club level since 2009, when Kane was on the precipice of breaking into the Spurs first team.
Together they've shared a few ups and downs, some of which have prompted Kane to express his displeasure to his teammates in no uncertain terms. Recounting Tottenham's incredible run to last season's Champions League final, Rose discussed Kane's intervention at half time of their semi-final second leg, at which point the club trailed Ajax 3-0 on aggregate.
"He was injured but he came to Amsterdam and we were losing 2-0 at half-time, 3-0 on aggregate and he was watching in the stands,’ Rose told Metro.
"He came down and he just ripped into us, basically. Just telling us we weren’t good enough and a certain player [Frenkie De Jong] was running the show for Ajax, what were we going to do about it? We had to pull our fingers out.
"He’s switched quite a few times Harry. You wouldn’t think it but when he goes, he loses it, but in a good way. He wants you to do better. He wants the best for himself but also for his team-mates."
His passion and dedication to the club knows no bounds, which some fans feel may make Kane stay at the club. Thing is, he's going to want to win a trophy. Despite Rose's comments about his love for Spurs, Thierry Henry probably felt the same way about Arsenal before he ended up going to Barcelona.
But this is what Rose is saying. Surely, it's gospel and confirms Kane will be in north London forever, right? Well, maybe not. But it's nice to know how much he cares.
"With Harry, we all hope his goals and his performances will merit a trophy one way or another during his career, but Tottenham means the world to him," he added. "We know that and when you see him disappointed, it’s just one of those things that when you’re on Harry’s team in training you win. It’s not a coincidence.
"You just don’t want to be on a losing side when you’re on Harry’s side, even in training. He’s got that aura that you want to do the best you can."