Tottenham’s Harry Kane has said he would play for Tottenham every day if it was possible despite manager Mauricio Pochettino continuing to rotate his squad, the London
The 21-year-old has enjoyed a rise to great form this season, transforming himself from youngster to a potential England call up with nine goals from 13 appearances so far.
Yet he has not been given that all important start in Spurs colours in the league as Pochettino looks to keep his whole squad fresh to fight in all competitions.
Kane however once again showed why he is their man in form and should finally be allowed a starting berth, after he stepped off the bench to net a dramatic winner for his club at Aston Villa on Sunday.
Compared to the Englishman, Emmanuel Adebayor – who missed a glorious chance during the game – and Roberto Soldado have just three goals between them this season.
Fans are calling for the academy graduate and life-long Spurs fan to become their first choice striker while he is showing such great form, and ahead of their Europa League tie with Asteras Tripolis, Kane has insisted he feels fit enough to play in every game.
He said: “I feel fit and ready and I feel I could play a game every day if I could. That’s the confidence I’m feeling at the moment and I just want to be playing football, no matter what game it is. We want to win a trophy this season and we have a good chance in the Europa League and the Capital One Cup.
“I can understand that the manager wants everyone to be fresh, though, as it is a long season. We’re taking all competitions seriously this year and he is a great manager, very enthusiastic. He knows what he wants, he demands a lot from you and the players have really taken to that.
“He likes doing individual training if he feels it is needed and that’s something he’s done with me. We’ve worked on movement around the edge of the penalty area for through balls coming into me. You can only gain good experience from that kind of work.”