Harry Kane believes it would be “silly” to target a new all-time Premier League goalscoring record so early in his career according to Sky Sports
Harry equalled Alan Shearer’s Premier League mark of 36 goals in a calendar year, set in 1995, with another hat-trick in Saturday’s 3-0 win at Burnley, his fifth hat-trick of the year lifting him to 93 Premier League goals in total, but he has some way to go to match Shearer’s all-time best of 260.
“Of course you dream about it, but I’d be silly to look that far ahead I think,” Kane said. “I’ve still got a long way to go. A lot can happen in football.
Kane added:”Hopefully I can stay fit, stay sharp and we’ll see what happens. Maybe if I get to 200 and I’ve still got a few more years left then I’ll start thinking about it.But for now I’m concentrating on each game. I’ve had a great 2017 and hopefully, for me, it’s an improved 2018 and I get even better.”
Harry will bid to break Shearer’s calendar-year mark in today’s lunchtime clash with Southampton but insisted the team comes before any personal landmarks.
“Of course, always,” he said. “I’ve always said that and that will always be the case.I’m the striker, so a lot of the time I get the praise and get spoken about, but it’s so important that the team does well. “But now, obviously equal, yeah I’m full of confidence going into Tuesday. But most importantly for me it’s the wins that matter and Southampton’s going to be another tough game.”
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