“What we are not going to do and what Harry is not going to do is put his body on the line if he does not think it is suitable.
“We are never going to put Harry in that position, absolutely not. We will see how he is tomorrow and we can make a decision from there.
“It is a combined effort. How does the player feel, what do the medics say.”
Kane has been linked with a move away from Spurs and former Tottenham defender Jonathan Woodgate is not sure if victory over City would convince the 27-year-old to stay.