Former Tottenham striker Harry Kane insisted he would 'keep an eye on the club for the rest of his life' after joining Bayern Munich this summer as he praised their 'fantastic' start under Ange Postecoglou.
Kane moved to the German giants for £100million, ending his 19-year association with his boyhood club Spurs, with the England captain opting for a new challenge with just a year remaining on his deal.
It ended heavy speculation that Kane would depart - and he has already made a quick impression at Bayern Munich by scoring four goals in his first four games, with the 30-year-old hoping to continue his form against Manchester United in their Champions League opener.
Kane left an emotional message for Tottenham when his Bayern move was confirmed and ahead of the United game he was asked by reporters if he had been watching his old club's positive start to the campaign.
Spurs are unbeaten in the league under their new Australian coach, with new signing James Maddison impressing and Son Heung-min stepping up in his absence.
Kane said he was pleased to see the team playing attacking football once again and vowed to keep checking on their progress 'for the rest of my life'.
'In terms of Tottenham, yeah fantastic start,' Kane told the media. 'I'm always keeping an eye on them. I think I'll always keep an eye on Tottenham for the rest of my life.
'I'm really happy to see the team playing the way they are and of course to see their fans happy as well is a great feeling.
'I'm sure they'll be excited to keep that up. They have a massive game coming up so yeah for sure, I'll see how they get on over the course of the season.'
Kane scored a remarkable 307 goals in 514 Spurs appearances in all competitions, registering 80 assists, but inRead on m.allfootballapp.com