Harry Kane admitted during his recent appearance on ITV’s Good Morning Britain that the Tottenham stars found it strange to have cameras around them 24/7 during the filming of the Amazon documentary last season.

Amazon’s All or Nothing: Tottenham Hotspur, which came out earlier this year, gave fans a behind-the-scenes peek into what went on in the dressing room and training ground last season, in what was a transitional 12-months for the club.

Jose Mourinho admitted last season that he did not enjoy having the cameras inside the dressing room.

However, the Spurs boss said after the documentary came out that it could be valuable for those outside the game to understand what goes on in high-pressure environments at top Premier League clubs.

Kane, like Mourinho, admitted that he did not enjoy the making of the documentary but accepted that the end result was worthwhile given the insight that fans got into the club.

The England captain said: “It was strange having cameras around the training ground every day and just in your face pretty much 24/7.

“Obviously, we are used to it when we are playing games and when we are doing interviews. But having them there when you are having breakfast and when you are having conversations, it was pretty strange, at first.

“I think the documentary has been great for the club and a great promotion for the club. It gives the fans and the people from the outside a great insight into what goes on behind the scenes.”

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