Name: Harry Kane
“He’s one of our own, he’s one of our own. Harry Kane, he’s one of our own!” Already a firm fans favourite at White Hart Lane; star striker Harry Kane could write himself into Tottenham Hotspurs’ history book next if he fires him and his teammates to the 2015-16 Premier League title come May.
The 22-year-old; who has eight international caps for England and who is fully expected to be named in the Three Lions’ squad to compete at the 2016 UEFA European Championships this summer in France, has led the line brilliantly once again for Spurs this term, although this time the club have gone in search of their first league title since 1961.
Kane, who graduated through the Londoners’ youth academy, has scored a terrific 16 league goals in 26 appearances so far this season for Mauricio Pochettino’s men.
With Tottenham currently just two points behind surprise league leaders Leicester City; and level on points with Arsenal (51 points) in third, Kane needs to be firing on all cylinders for the final 12 league games to ensure Tottenham pip their nearest title rivals to round off a famous campaign at White Hart Lane.
Just imagine if Harry Kane was injured for the final dozen fixtures. Boss Pochettino has no other senior recognised central striker to depend on, instead opting for wingers Erik Lamela, Clinton N’Jie, Heung-Min Son and Nacer Chadli.