Tottenham fans pride themselves on having one of their own on the pitch and truly Harry Kane embodies everything about a passionate fan in his game. From a promising striker on the fringes of the first team to bull-dozing his way into the team and cementing his place as a playmaker-forward in a system that required just a spearhead; Harry Kane has been the success story of the 2014-2015 season.
Having made his Spurs debut way back in 2011, Kane had to put in the hard yards to get to where he is. Loan spells away at Leyton Orient and Millwall in the lower leagues toughened up the youngster. Spells with Norwich and Leicester added sharpness to his game and Harry Kane went from the 3rd striker at Spurs to their spearhead in half of a season. With 19 goals in 26 Premier League appearances and a goal on his full England debut; the sky is the limit for Harry Kane. Finally, the pain at the lane since Bale’s departure hasn’t been mentioned in quite some time.