At 23, he has already made history by winning back-to-back Golden Boots in the Premier League, he just finished a season having scored a total of 36 goals in all competitions, 29 in the PL alone, and he has no reason not to believe that for him, the sky’s the limit.
Fifty goals is a target I’d love to get, obviously. Hopefully I can stay fit for the whole season and yeah, 50 goals is something I’d love to achieve
Harry Kane told reporters, when asked if he feels capable of… outdoing himself, and doing a Lionel Messi, or a Cristiano Ronaldo, and score more than 50 goals in one season.
As for what comes next season, the Tottenham striker looked highly motivated and super enthusiastic, even for the move to Wembley, where the London team will be playing their home games while their new private home will be under construction.
It’s been a very good year this year, plenty still to work on and improve on. There’s a lot to look forward to next season. It’s very exciting. Of course I’m going to miss White Hart Lane, no doubt about it. But Wembley’s a fantastic stadium and there’s not many better stadiums to be playing week-in, week-out. I’m excited for it. The way we play it suits us
the England captain said.