Tottenham Hotspur fans were left heartbroken on June 1st when they came up short in the Champions League final in Madrid.
The long wait for silverware continues, with our last success having come in February 2008 following the 2-1 win against Chelsea in the League Cup final (BBC).
After his spell out with an ankle injury, Harry Kane came back into Mauricio Pochettino’s starting eleven for the European final in Madrid and looked a few yards off the pace.
The Spurs striker is full of belief that the North London outfit can push for the Premier League title this season.
Mauricio Pochettino has already this summer broken the club’s transfer record with the £55 million signing of Tanguy Ndombele from Lyon (Guardian).
Kane is fully behind the decisions which his manager Mauricio Pochettino will make in the transfer window with both new arrivals and departures likely to happen.
Kane was asked by Sky Sports if this is the year that Spurs could win the Premier League title: “Yeah, of course, that’s always the aim. I think we said a lot last year, the manager has full trust in the squad.
“Whoever he gets in or gets rid of then that’s his choice, he is the boss. Whatever happens from now until the end of the window we know we’ve got a strong enough squad to compete.
“The top six now is really tight and tough so we have to put a good run together.”
It is great to hear as a Spurs fan that Kane is full of belief that he can win the title, we want players who are hungry and full of belief rather than hoping just to finish in the top four.
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