Ryan Mason reckons Harry Kane will get a good reception from Spurs fans in what the striker hopes will be his last home game for the club.
Although Tottenham’s interim boss refused to call it a send-off – despite Kane telling the North Londoners last night that he wants to quit them in the summer to boost his quest for silverware.
Kane will start their final home game of the season against Aston Villa tomorrow in front of a partisan crowd of 10,000 – as fans return inside the stadium.
Many Spurs supporters were already planning to protest against chairman Daniel Levy following another trophyless campaign and his involvement in the shameful European Super League scandal.
Fans are also unlikely to be happy about the prospect of losing Kane, but Mason does not believe they will boo the England captain.
He said: “I’m sure the fans are excited to be there tomorrow, the lucky ones, and see Harry play as well.
“They’ll love seeing him play. He loves the club, he’s been at the club from a very young age, he’s come through the system.”