The in-form striker scored two more goals away at QPR yesterday…
Tottenham’s young striker Harry Kane has re-affirmed that it is ‘a dream’ to play for England, though he is willing to put it on the back burner for now as he looks to propel Tottenham towards the Premier League top four.
At the start of the season, Harry Kane’s name was not at the top of the pecking order to a Tottenham or England start, but a fantastic breakthrough campaign has helped him showcase his abilities to the nation.
Kane has become one of the most talked about strikers in the Premier League, bringing his goal total in all competitions to 26 after a brace away at QPR this weekend.
The Tottenham man’s goal trail has peaked the interest of England manager Roy Hodgson, who is likely to give Kane his first England call-up for the upcoming internationals against Italy and Lithuania.
On the prospect of playing for England, the striker, quoted in the Daily Mail, said, “I’ve always said, I’ve got to keep doing what I am doing.
“There are still a few more games until the international break and I want to do the best I can for Tottenham Hotspur.
“That’s what I am looking to do. I want to get some more wins from until then and, yeah, we’ll see what happens.
“Obviously, I’ve just got to keep doing what I am doing.
“I think any English player playing would love to play for England. It would be a dream but there are a lot of great players in England.
“I just have to keep concentrating and doing the best I can for Spurs. We’ll see what happens.”
Kane’s brace sealed a 2-1 win for Spurs, lifting them to sixth in the Premier League table and three points behind Manchester United in fourth place after the back to back victories.
On the wins, Kane said, “We had a disappointing couple of weeks, going out of the Europa and obviously losing the final, so we knew we had to get back on it, build a bit of momentum and get as far up in the league as we can.
“We have managed to do that with two very important wins and hopefully we can continue it.”