This evening in the Football Transfer Tavern, Tottenham Hotspur fans are casting their minds back to this time last year.
The reason they are doing this is because if you would’ve said to them then that Harry Kane would’ve gone on to plunder 21 Premier League goals, would’ve been named PFA Young Player of the Year and would be subject to intense transfer speculation from Manchester United, they would’ve thought you were trying to imitate a comedian.
While Spurs fans always had high hopes for their local prospect, they could’ve never foreseen the scintillating form in which Kane displayed in the 2014/15 campaign, undoubtedly establishing himself as Tottenham’s most important player since Gareth Bale a few seasons back.
While like most other top six clubs, Tottenham always start a new season with the intention to deliver the Premier League title, all Spurs fans would be delighted with a 2015/16 season that saw Mauricio Pochettino steer the Lilywhites back into the Champions League.
Qualification into the tournament has proved elusive in recent seasons and with competition in the Premier League as tough as ever, Pochettino will have to be shrewd in the transfer market this summer while keeping all of his better players at White Hart Lane.
Kane is most definitely their most prized asset and if you believe what you read in the press, Spurs might have to grow used to fending off a series of rather large bids for his services from rival pastures this summer.
Nevertheless, we have identified five reasons why Kane can continue to be instrumental in Tottenham’s title challenge next season.
Click on Mauricio Pochettino below to reveal the 5 reasons Harry Kane can be key to Tottenham’s title challenge next season.