Tottenham may well be goodbye to Harry Kane unless things change, according to former Spurs and Aston Villa defender Alan Hutton.

Mauricio Pochettino's side have suffered two embarrassing defeats in a week, first Bayern Munich put seven past them in the Champions League on Tuesday night before slipping to a humiliating defeat Brighton and Hove Albion on Saturday.

Pochettino is now coming under pressure.

Strike Kane, and other players, wants to keep the club to chase success unless there is a major turnaround.

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The 34-year-old, who left Villa in the summer, told Football Insider: "I think a lot of boys' heads have been turned. They were great for the Champions League final which were great, expectations were big for this season, a lot of stuff going on behind the scenes.

Harry Kane is moving on and wants to win things, I do not think he wants to win things. It's going to be a massive talking point in the next six months or so on how things end up at Tottenham.

"As a player, you obviously always want to win, these questions are going to crop up more and more on how to get results over the next few weeks."

Hutton was Villa's longest serving player by the time he left, having made over 200 appearances. He bowed out with a bang, helping the club return to the Premier League as well as scoring a brilliant solo goal against Birmingham City.

Dean Smith's side were beaten 3-1 by Spurs on the opening day of the season despite an early lead through John McGinn.

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