Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino said that there is no option Harry Kane will be certified to leave club Tottenham after his “special” striker’s four-goal attack in the 6-1 beat of Leicester.
Kane has chances to finish in the Premier League and also the top scorer for the second successive season at the King Power Stadium on Thursday.
He has scored 26 goals and placed him two in front Everton’s Romelu Lukaku by one match remaining in the contest for the golden boot.
According to the Tottenham boss Pochettino, he believes that Kane’s strikes as one of the world best finishers. “It is very clear we will keep the players we want to keep. We are so calm about our key players. They are happy here, we have an exciting project.”
Talking about Harry fifth Premier League hat-trick of 32 goals, Pochettino said “We feel sp proud of Harry, to score four goals was fantastic. He was injured twice this season but he is so fresh now and he is trying to score a lot of goals to finish at the top.”
“Harry’s a special player, he loves Tottenham. He means a lot for the team. I tell you always that he’s one of the best strikers in the world. His performances show that we are right.”
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The England professional Kane can wrap up the golden boot by successions on the score sheet on Tottenham’s final match at Hull on Sunday.
The 23-year-old England footballer Kane said, “There has been a bit of build-up in the race for the golden boot and I wanted at least one or two to put the pressure on but to get four is amazing.”
He added, “I’m now sitting at the top, but we go in with the same mentality, to make sure we win first and foremost and then score as many as I can.”
Talking about his club Tottenham, Kane said “We were talking about last season when we finished so bad. We spoke a lot about changing that feeling and finishing in the best way. We wanted to improve this season and this type of performance showed we have learned a lot.”
“It’s always important to finish in a better mood, especially when we move to Wembley next season.”