Harry Kane insists he is back to full fitness and pushing his Tottenham Hotspurs team to fight for a top-four finish.
Harry Kane has spent the last six months on the sidelines with a hamstring injury.
In that time his teammates have stuttered along in the season and now find themselves in eighth place in the league some seven points off of the top four.
While the COVID-19 pandemic has put the world through a torrid time, for the likes of Kane it has been somewhat helpful.
It has allowed the England striker time to recover and now play in games he was set to miss.
Despite the continuous talk of him leaving North London, and having spent almost three months on lockdown he is in a buoyant mood.
Kane is keen to help his side make one last hard push for success this season.
Speaking to the club’s official channel he said:
“It has been a funny few months or so having to adapt to the situation, it is great to be back out with the lads.”
“From an injury point of view I’m normal, I’m fully fit.”
“It will take a while to get back to the team training and feeling that again because I haven’t done that for six months or so.”
“Hopefully I’ll be back in a better place before I was injured and look forward to a busy year.”
“We have got to finish in the top four, there is no doubt about that.”
“Realistically we are going to have to win seven or eight to get into the Champions League.”
“That has got to be our aim.”
“Of course we want to win every game but we have got to make sure we finish strong if we want to be playing Champions League football next season.”
Should Spurs fail miserably in their quest for the top-four Kane may very well leave this summer. But who will Jose Mourinho bring in to replace him?