Harry Kane has been reflecting on a ‘difficult’ season for Tottenham Hotspur and insists he wants to finish the campaign on a high with the final game of the season.

Tottenham travel to Elland Road on Sunday to face a Leeds United side who need all three points in order to stand a chance of staying in the Premier League.

Spurs, meanwhile, need a win to have any hopes of qualifying for the Europa Conference League next year.

Harry Kane

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It has been a frustrating and very disappointing season for Spurs, both on and off the pitch. Managerial issues, uninspiring performances, and poor results have left the club with a lot of work to do over the summer to improve next year.

For Kane, however, it’s been a fantastic season on an individual level. The 29-year-old has 30 goals in all competitions for Spurs this year, including 28 in the Premier League (Transfermarkt).

He isn’t finished yet, though. Speaking to The Independent, Kane spoke of his hopes for a positive end to the season.

He said: “This season has been difficult on a whole as a team. It has had its challenges but I always set myself little targets throughout the season, month by month.

“To score 28 goals is something I am proud of with one game to go and hopefully I can score a couple more on Sunday and finish strong.

“I just have to keep improving and every year I try to do that, finding different ways to score and that is something I will continue to do for the rest of my career.”

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If we are to have any chance of beating Leeds on Sunday, I’ve a feeling Harry Kane will be right at the heart of it.

Leeds will be fired up and desperate for a win, but you just cannot bet against Kane at the moment and I’m sure he will bag at least one more goal to close out the season.

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