3. Harry Kane (Tottenham)
Tottenham are formidable at the moment; they have become serious title contenders and that is largely down to the form of striker Harry Kane.
The supposed ‘one-season wonder’ has prolonged his phenomenal vein of form and silenced his critics. Practically carrying the Spurs strikeforce single-handedly, the Englishman has more of an impact in each game than most realise.
Despite the fact that Mauricio Pochettinho’s side won comfortably against Fiorentina in the second-leg of their UEFA Europa League tie with Kane ruled out through injury, the 22-year-old offers a lot in the build-up to most of the goals that Tottenham score.
To not start Kane at the Euros, in his current form, would be criminal from national team coach Roy Hodgson. This man is not a one-season wonder and could be the one who makes the difference for the Three Lions in France this summer.