Tottenham Hotspur striker, Harry Kane, is angry with the club chairman Daniel Levy over what he feels are broken promises, according to the Daily Mail.
Kane believes they had an agreement he would be allowed to leave Spurs if the club didn't win a trophy or qualify for the Champions League last season.
But Levy is still refusing to allow the 28-year-old to leave as the striker aims to force a move through to Manchester City.
However, Kane insists he will continue to give everything to Spurs, despite the club not matching his ambitions.
The player still has his heart set on a transfer to Man City before the August 31 deadline.
However, he wants to regain the trust and faith of Spurs supporters, who appeared to turn on their talismanic striker during Sunday's 1-0 win over City.
Kane is unlikely to make the trip to Portugal for the Europa Conference League play-off tie against Pacos de Ferreira on Wednesday, despite being included in the squad.