Harry Kane: I am in it for the long haul at Bayern Munich

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Harry Kane has insisted that he is happy at Bayern Munich, and is determined to lead the club to something special in the coming years.

Bayern Munich stunned the football world last summer by signing England captain Harry Kane from Tottenham Hotspur for a fee of £100 million euros. The 30 year old has slotted in seamlessly at Bayern, and has 39 goals and 12 assists to his name in just 38 appearances for the club.

Despite Kane's prolific scoring, Bayern Munich have not been able to enjoy as much success this season. Thomas Tuchel's side are on the verge of losing the Bundesliga title to Bayer Leverkusen, and also failed to win the DFB-Pokal and the DFL-Supercup. The UEFA Champions League is now Bayern's last remaining hope of winning silverware this season.

Even though it has been a season of struggle for Bayern, Kane has made it clear that he is enjoying life at the club. And regardless of what happens in the Champions League, he will be raring to help the club turn things around next season.

"I'm really enjoying my experience in Germany. It was a step that I needed in my career for a fresh stimulus, a fresh challenge and new surroundings and I'm really happy that I made the move," Kane said (via Daily Mail). "My future is at Bayern Munich. I have a four-year contract. I'm enjoying it and hopefully I will be able to make something special happen this season. If not, I'll be ready to go again in the summer and turn things around."

Bayern Munich are set for a massive overhaul this summer, with a new head coach and plenty of squad changes expected. It will be up to Harry Kane to lead the new-look Bayern team next season as they look to wrestle back the Bundesliga title.