Harry Kane admits Tottenham must leave no room for error if they are to stand a chance of qualifying for the Champions League next season.
Harry Kane knows well enough that Tottenham must win virtually all of their games to stand a chance of making top four come the end of the season.
The Premier League is set to resume on June 17 and a lot of teams are fired up with last minute intentions of their own.
For Tottenham and Kane, a somewhat disappointing season so far can be salvaged if the club manage to qualify for the Champions League next season.
Prior to the Premier League being suspended, Spurs found themselves in eighth position and with nine games remaining, there is little or no room for error.
Talisman Harry Kane admits to this and has stated out what they must do to try and make that a reality.
“We’ve got to try to finish in the top four,” he said in an interview on Spurs’ official website. “There’s no doubt about that.
“We’ve got a massive game against Manchester United as our first game back and realistically we’re going to have to win seven or eight of the games we have left to get in the Champions League.
“That’s got to be our aim and we’ve got to make sure we finish strongly if we want to be playing Champions League football next season.”
Kane hasn’t played since the New Year due to injury but is ready to get back on the pitch again. The England captain is also excited about the prospect of linking up with some of the club’s new signings.
“I got injured on January 1 so I haven’t played with the new signings too much and haven’t got that connection with them yet,” he said.
“When you have top players that are new to the club you want to get out there and play with them. Everyone is fully fit now and we’re confident we can finish strong.”