Harry Kane has been omitted from the latest England squad, but the Tottenham Hotspur striker is very much in manager Roy Hodgson’s thoughts.
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Despite having yet to start a Premier League game for Spurs this season, Kane, 21, is Tottenham’s leading goalscorer with nine goals in all competitions.
He also has an impressive international record, bagging six goals in nine games for England’s Under-21, with whom he will remain for the time being.
Hodgson told reporters: “We look at all players. I’m pleased for Harry Kane.
“On this occasion Harry will play for the Under-21s, but if he keeps playing well, it won’t be long before he’ll be knocking on the door for a place in the senior squad.”
Hodgson named five strikers in his squad for this month’s games against Slovenia and Scotland, selected Rickie Lambert, Wayne Rooney, Danny Welbeck, Saido Berahino and Theo Walcott.