Tottenham forward Harry Kane is eager to continue his impressive start to Premier League life by bagging more important goals for the north Londoners, according to The
Kane bagged a goal after being handed his first Premier League start in the win over Sunderland, and bagged another during his side’s unlikely fightback against West Brom at the Hawthorns at the weekend – and the 20-year-old is keen to continue contributing towards Spurs’ end-of-season position push.
The club are still in with a shot at European qualification, though those hopes appear to be fading somewhat, and the club can scarcely afford to drop more points if they are to reach the continental shores next season.
Kane said: “It’s good to score an important goal. It was great to start again, too. I want to give back goals. Hopefully I can keep it up, get another start and another goal next week.
“We’ve four games left and it would be great to get some more starts and more goals between now and the end of the season.”
The striker was also keen to praise his team-mates for the spirit they showed during the West Brom match, when they fought back from a 3-0 deficit to snatch a point right at the end.
“Once we got back to 3-1 and then 3-2 we thought they’d crumble and we got the third,” Kane continued.
“We missed a penalty, went 3-0 down and could have hung up our boots and thought ‘it’s one of those days’ but the lads dug deep.
“We got the goal back before the break, that was important, and we said at half-time if we got the second, we’d get the third and that’s how it panned out.
“Fortunately it fell to Christian for the third goal and he put it in the back of the net. He was calm as you like.”
Kane signed a professional contract with Spurs in 2011, and has spent spells out on loan at Leyton Orient, Millwall, Norwich and Leicester. He had featured on the first team bench twice for Spurs in the 2009-10 season, but was finally given his first Premier League start for the club during the 5-1 win over Sunderland.
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