Having shattered Alan Shearer's 22-year-old record of Premier League goals in a calendar year, two hat-tricks in four days sealed Kane's place at the top of the world goalscoring charts for 2017 - ahead of the evergreen Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.
"Maybe he said that because maybe it's possible".
"I do not know how he will respond, so we will see if he can be available or not". We are assessing him today.
"Yes, that is why I say that what he has achieved is absolutely wonderful", said Wenger, echoing the plaudits that suggest the blossoming of the 24-year-old is a reason for English football to be particularly cheerful going into a World Cup year.
Pochettino added: "I think Harry doesn't have a price, because we want him here".
"He's not suddenly become a superstar because of achieving an awesome record".
All 56 Of Harry Kane's Goals In 2017
Yet, after Kane became Europe's premier marksman of the year on Tuesday with his 56th goal of 2017 in Spurs' 5-2 thrashing of Southampton, even Wenger was in the mood to salute the one that got away up to the other end of London's Seven Sisters Road. Nothing has changed. We trusted him from day one here because we felt the potential and he deserves credit for all he has achieved'.
With the January transfer window opening on Monday, Pochettino was asked how much Kane would be worth in the current market - given Southampton defender Virgil van Dijk is joining Liverpool for £75million.
"As a player, you can always work on parts of your game and try to improve - but there are some things you can't teach". It is easy for me, but Daniel it would be different.
"Now we have a lot of players that can be involved". Dembele struggled with injuries during the start of the season but had looked to have put the worst of that behind him. Only because he's a young player, sometimes he needs to breathe, he needs to take some time to again perform in the same way.
"From day one, the way he played at Tottenham and achieved what he has achieved, no player his age has achieved what he did". These are massive players that we're talking about, great players, and he achieved more than all those big names.
"The problem is with expectation, what we expect from him with every touch, every action".More news: Weekend Box Office: 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' Crossing $1 Billion Globally