2. Harry Kane (Tottenham)
Kane has had the weight of the world on his shoulders this season. With critics labelling him a ‘one-season wonder’ and Tottenham lacking in attacking depth, the Englishman had a lot to prove… But he has done exactly that!
Another prolific season has seen Spurs become title challengers for the first time in the Premier League era and almost certainties to compete in next season’s Champions League.
Southampton boss Ronald Koeman ruled Arsenal and Manchester City out of the title race after Leicester’s 1-0 victory over Newcastle, leaving just the Foxes and Spurs battling it out for the top-flight crown.
Kane will have a massive say in if Pochettino’s men can lift the title come May, but not as much as the next man…