Harry Kane may be the Premier League’s hottest striker but the in-form Tottenham star knows he needs to up his game on the international stage.
Having been farmed out on loan and seen off some high-profile competition at White Hart Lane, the 23-year-old has gone on to establish himself as both a fans’ favorite and one of Europe’s most dangerous forwards.
An explosive end to the campaign saw Kane collect the Golden Boot for the second successive season after finishing with 29 goals in the Premier League.
Those are the sort of performances the Spurs frontman is now hoping to build on in an England shirt, having so far managed only five goals in 17
“Club football, you are in a rhythm all the time,” said the Spurs striker, who netted 79 seconds into his March 2015 debut against Lithuania. “You are playing week in, week out but for your country, it is not like that. You meet up every now and then.
“But it is something I have got to get used to. I want to get back playing, hopefully, get back scoring. If I score maybe a hat-trick at the weekend and a couple in the next game, the ratio might not look so bad. Read more