Harry Kane: People might not talk about Spurs, but that suits us

Sheri Evans
September 12, 2017

"I think he was good today, I'm happy with the performance", said Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino.

However, an excellent 3-0 win at Everton after the global break, during which Kane scored a brace of goals, got Spurs back on track. His team mates have now scored 18 goals and conceded none in their last four away games - form that if they can match at Wembley will make them serious title contenders.

"He's a very good player who's strong defensively and can attack as well".

Batistuta, for those Spurs supporters too young to remember a striker whose elite career ended in Italy 14 years ago, scored an impressive 54 goals in 77 appearances for Argentina although, as a team mate with Pochettino, he was unable to beat David Seaman as his country lost a group game to England at the 2002 World Cup, effectively eliminating the South Americans from that tournament.

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"If you think we need to be at that level, then it will be really hard". "I'm very happy because he's young and in the Premier League when you start to play and come from the Netherlands it's always a big impact". We can give them the tools but then it is up to them.

"This season is totally different because I had the pre-season with the team", he told Yahoo. "He is the protagonist of his life, and he deserves all the prize". "Wednesday we start and try to show we deserve to be there, and that is the challenge".

Tottenham Hostpur striker Harry Kane believes the North London club are ready for another push for the Premier League title after making some quality additions to the squad late into the transfer window.

Alan Shearer has surprisingly claimed that Tottenham have the ability to beat some of the big boys in the Champions League this season, including group stage rivals Real Madrid. We have to prove that we are at that level.

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