After coming close to winning the trophy in the last two seasons, Harry Kane will be trying to help his side to edge out other teams to get the crown in their third attempt in a row. In the period that Leicester City won the league, the Spurs were the Foxes main rivals, only to lose ground as the Premier League was concluding. Last season, the Spurs were the sole side mounting pressure on the eventual crown winners, Chelsea. Those two seasons’ experiences could offer Mauricio Pochetino’s side enough courage to battle it out to win the trophy they have never won before.

Harry Kane’s consistency

It’s never an easy task for a player to perform well one season after the other season, but Harry Kane has mastered the art of showing consistency in each season.

In fact, the English striker has been the leading man to steer his team to a top-table finish after emerging the league's best scorer in two consecutive seasons. This season alone, Harry Kane has already scored six league goals - only one goal shy of the current top scorer, Romel Lukaku who has seven goals so far.

The consistency has seen the Tottenham Hotspurs edge out other top English strikers in the national team. Former England captain, Wayne Rooney can’t make it into The Three Lion’s squad when Kane is available. The other strikers who Harry Kane has edged out are Jamie Vardy and Jermaine Defoe. In fact, the Spurs striker captained the English team that beat Slovenia in the UEFA qualifiers game on Thursday. Kane scored the solitary goal that ensured that England secured places both at continental and global competitions.

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Kane’s character

The Spurs forward's form slumped last season but the striker recovered and began to score numerous goals that saw him retain his golden boots. The then Everton striker, Romelu Lukaku looked like the front-runner to be the top scorer, only to let a rampant Harry Kane overtake him late in the season. The character that the Tottenham Hotspurs striker showed by rallying his side to score vital goals and win critical fixtures is what the North London club still expect from their talisman.

The striker doesn’t get injuries often, so he features in nearly all the games that his side plays. Also, Harry Kane is disciplined and doesn’t miss games through suspensions. Flanked by talented players like Christian Eriksen, Delle Alli, and Erik Lamella, Kane could deliver and take his side to the glory.