Harry Kane is certainly living on cloud nine at the moment, enjoying a wonderful season for Tottenham, scoring on his England debut after just 79 seconds…but he wants more.
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The 21-year-old announced himself on the international stage in the Three Lions’ 4-0 2016 European Championships qualifier victory against Lithuania on Friday by heading in the fourth with only his third touch of the ball at Wembley, now the youngster could lead the line on Tuesday night against Italy in Turin.
With Danny Welbeck pulling out of the squad according to the BBC due to a knee injury, Kane is one of only two out-and-out centre forwards that remain in the England squad and given his form throughout the campaign is the logical choice to partner captain Wayne Rooney should manager Roy Hodgson switch back to a diamond formation against the Italians.
Kane’s goal on Friday was the 30th of an amazing season for the youngster who is ready to step up for the national team:
“That’s down to the boss, but I’ll be ready, raring to go if called upon. I will be looking forward to it.” he told Sky Sports News (via Daily Mail)
“This is where I want to be, playing for England and scoring goals.” he added.