Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane has sent a clear message to the club’s chairman, Daniel Levy, stating that “a lot needs to change” in order to prevent Spurs from being labeled as “failures”. Following Saturday’s 3-1 loss to Brentford, Levy was taunted by fans. Kane, who may have played his last home game for Tottenham, admits that there are huge problems at the club and that there needs to be a conversation about the failures of the team. However, the England captain is focused on enjoying the final week of the season as much as possible and finishing with a win. Kane scored a stunning goal to open the scoring against Brentford, but Spurs collapsed and shipped three second-half goals, leaving their European hopes hanging by a thread. Despite the disappointing result, Kane and his teammates took part in a traditional lap of appreciation after full-time. Kane feels responsible for the team’s performance and is determined to take it on the chin and get ready for next week. With 211 Premier League goals, Kane enters the final year of his contract, 49 short of Alan Shearer’s record of 260. Shearer believes that Tottenham fans would not complain if Kane decided to leave the club. Meanwhile, Feyenoord boss Arne Slot has left the door open for a move to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Although Feyenoord director Dennis te Kloese rejected an approach from Spurs, Slot expects to stay or leave soon and is open to talking to other clubs.