Harry Kane hopes Tottenham Hotspur can push on and do something special next season
Currently, on tour in South Korea, Harry Kane has made his feelings known about what he hopes for himself and Tottenham Hotspur going into next season as the team builds under Antonio Conte.
The England international has been one of the main players for the North London side over the last few years. The 28-year-old has made a name for himself amongst the Lilywhites faithful since his breakout season.
Starting the previous campaign off slow, the talisman found his form by the end of the season and helped the team to a top-four finish. Kane, speaking on what he expects next season (h/t football.london), hopes to have another good year in front of the goal to help the team win.
“For me it’s just to have another good year, another consistent year. Try and help the team as much as possible, try and score as many goals as I can. From the team’s point of view, it’s always to win trophies.”
Consistency is key. Our vice-captain has been dependable for several years now. Scoring 31 goals in all competitions in the 2014/15 season, Kane has gone from strength to strength and provided steadiness to the front line.
Every player aspires to win silverware. Being able to lift a trophy at the end of the season indicates how good the team has been. In several years, when people speak about who the best players in the world have been, trophies will be a determining factor.
Conte has seen success wherever he has gone. And right now, the hierarchy at the club are providing him with tools to do what hasn’t been done in 14 years. Kane hopes the manager and the squad at Tottenham can pull off something special.
“There’s a good buzz around the club at the moment but as always you have to go out there and perform and show what you can do when it’s crunch time. We haven’t quite done that over the years. Hopefully with this manager, this squad, we can really push on and try to do something special.”
Having not won a title since 2008, the crowd at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium are now restless to feast their eyes on silverware being lifted by our captain. And the prospect of next season finally has fans feeling a bit optimistic.
We’ve come close in recent times to breaking the dreaded trophy drought but have come up short. Some of the signings made this summer are experienced and have won the most prestigious trophies on the biggest stages.
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With a yearning for titles, fans will hope that Kane is proved to be a prophet. The English skipper now has a supporting cast at the club that is now strong enough on paper for us to challenge the big boys in world football.