April 06, 2015 16:08:25 UK
Tottenham striker Harry Kane refuses to accept that Mauricio Pochettino’s side cannot clinch a top-four spot this season.
Spurs’ hopes of challenging Manchester United, Manchester City and Arsenal for a place in next term’s Champions League were dented when they could only draw 0-0 at Burnley on Sunday, and they are now 17.00 to finish in the top four. The Clarets are 1.66 to be relegated.
Spurs are now seven points adrift of a Champions League place but Kane, who featured for England against Lithuania and Italy last month, remains upbeat about the final six weeks of the campaign.
To get my first start for England is another proud moment for me.
“It’s going to be tricky, we’re quite a few points behind now,” said the 21-year-old striker.
“But in this league you never know. We’ve got winnable games coming up and we must focus on them. We take each game as it comes and see where that takes us.
“It was a great experience in Italy. To get my first start for England is another proud moment for me. It was tough and I can only learn from those sort of games.”
Kane is available at 1.80 to be the Premier League’s top scorer this term, while Diego Costa can be backed at 5.50.
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