‘We have a lot more in the tank’ – Harry Kane confident Spurs will be a force next season

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Harry Kane has asserted that there is a lot more to come from the current Tottenham side next season under Jose Mourinho.

A sixth-place finish is certainly not what the club would have hoped for going into the campaign but the achievement is an impressive one considering how far off the pace Tottenham were heading into their final few games of the season.

Jose Mourinho’s men ended the campaign impressively, remaining unbeaten in their last six matches and winning four of them.

Kane also found his goalscoring form towards the end as he netted five goals in Tottenham’s last three matches of the season.

The England captain has insisted that the short break between now and next season could help the team to carry their momentum on to the start of the 2020/21 campaign.

The striker told the club’s official website: “I think it was important we finished this season strong and we can take that momentum forward.

“It’s only going to be a short break and we’ll be straight back into it, so hopefully we can continue our form into next season.”

The striker also admitted that the players are well aware of the areas they still need to improve on. Kane added: “We know as a team we have a lot more in the tank and we can do better.

“That’s the feeling we’ll be going away with, a little bit of happiness in that we’ve achieved European football, but we know we have a lot to improve on.”

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I understand why some fans were unhappy with the style of play the team adopted since the restart but I expect Jose to set us up slightly differently next season. I believe he ultimately wants to move Lo Celso to the double-pivot in order to enable more creativity in midfield. However, it is clear that the Spurs boss first wanted to start from the basics and make us defensively hard to break down. Now that he seems to have accomplished that, I expect us to see us evolve a little bit more tactically next season.

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