Harry Kane insists that Spurs are more than happy to stay under the radar as the North London side look to push for another successful campaign.
Following a 1-0 victory against Crystal Palace on Saturday, Spurs look to get their season underway in good spirit. It seems that once again though they find themselves being overlooked, with Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United stealing the spotlight.
Despite this, Harry Kane is open to the idea of going somewhat unnoticed for the second season running. In a recent interview with The London Standard, Kane said “Let the talk be about everyone else, like it was last season and we will just keep doing what we are doing.”
Kane believes that the bond that Mauricio Pochettino has created at Tottenham can only benefit the team in the future. “We went through a lot last season, both highs and lows, so we have got that experience together,” Tottenham’s number 10 explained.
“The gaffer has created a brotherhood between the players and we have a great team bond. We said before the Palace game that we did not want to fall too far behind the leaders already. There are some top teams this season and we have to stay up the top.”
It seems that both Kane and this young Spurs side see no problem with staying under the radar; having picked up four points from two games. Tottenham face an unpredictable Liverpool side this coming Saturday, with both sides eager to pick up their second win of the new campaign.