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I feel as fit as I've ever done before - Harry Kane

I feel as fit as I've ever done before - Harry Kane

Tottenham striker Harry Kane is happy to be back and also happy to be on the scoresheet again.

Harry Kane last played for Tottenham on New Year day and has been injured since then after picking up a hamstring injury.

It was revealed then that he might likely not play a part in Spurs remaining games this season. But thanks to the pandemic, lockdown came and the season had to be suspended.

Kane returned for Spurs last Friday in their game against Manchester but couldn't get on the scoresheet as both teams struggled to find a cutting edge.

Yesterday he was also selected by Jose Mourinho to lead the attack for Spurs on his 200 Premier League appearances for the club and and was able to get a goal during the game.

Speaking with Sky Sports after the game, Kane revealed have happy he is to back and also get on the scoresheet.

'As a striker, it's what you want to do, you want to score goals, you want to help win games,' He said

'I'm happy to get back on the scoresheet. It was a tough game, it took us a while to break them down.
Obviously we had a few chances before we scored the first one, then it was nice to finish it off at the end.'

'When you've been out for over six months, it's getting that feeling back on the pitch. You can train as much as you want, but being out here is totally different. I had a few I probably should have scored – definitely one other – but it was nice to put that one away.'

'I've been working very hard all through my rehab, through the lockdown and the warm-up games leading to the first Premier League game. I feel as fit as I've ever done before.'

'It's been a good chance to rest, recover and work on a few things I haven't been able to over the years. I'm feeling in good shape.'

'I'm someone who, whether I score or not, miss chances, I'm always ready for the next one. I don't think it bothers me too much. But scoring is one of the best feelings in the world. It's been a while since I've done it. It's great to get that.'

'We've got a little rest now – it's Sheffield United next in a big game – so hopefully we can continue from this win and take it into the rest of the games.'

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