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Karren Brady praises Tottenham Hotspur and Harry Kane

Karren Brady praises Tottenham Hotspur and Harry Kane

Kane, 24, has netted 28 times in the league this season, but trails Mohamed Salah (31) by three heading into Sunday's matches.

Mauricio Pochettino's side have finished in the top four of the league for the third season in a row. It's a big game for them, big stadium for them.

There is just one round of fixtures remaining in the 2017/18 season, but all is still to play for regarding the Premier League Golden Boot. We've had to deal with that, deal with the pressure of that. "To beat Real Madrid, to finish top of our Champions League group, when it was Dortmund, Madrid, awesome victories at Wembley against Madrid, Liverpool, Manchester United, almost all the teams", he raved. It feels really good.

"I know Wembley last season with the cup final and it was a good memory".

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"We need to improve this team and develop some good players also".

And Kane thinks securing Champions League qualification is a major factor when it comes to recruitment and persuading players to join the club "100 percent, it's the big attraction", he added.

Those numbers prove why money men such as Daniel Levy and Joe Lewis attempt to nail down a top four finish each year, and why failure in League Cups and FA Cups are more of an issue for the fans rather than those behind the scenes, with the businessmen knowing full well that the money lies in a top four finish instead. "It is what everyone wants, especially the top players around the world", Kane is quoted as saying by ESPN.

"Although in scoring terms Harry Kane continues as a precision killer while Spurs are a revving power, eyeing a new stadium and a trophy or two". You never know in football. It will be a new experience for everyone because the transfer window is going to close before the start of the season. The difference is that this year we have a younger team, a more inexperienced team, so maybe the expectation is not so big.