Kane is recovering well, says Pochettino

Kane is recovering well, says Pochettino

Kane is recovering well, says Pochettino

The England captain was ruled out for two months at the start of January.

LONDON, Feb 2 ― Injured Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane is recovering well and aiming to be back in action as soon as possible, manager Mauricio Pochettino said yesterday.

Tottenham Hotspur have the belief in themselves to be English Premier League champions, insisted manager Mauricio Pochettino after his side found the mental and physical resources to net another late victor to beat Newcastle United 1-0 and leapfrog Manchester City into second place on Saturday.

Whether that means he will return before March remains to be seen and Pochettino is not putting a timescale on it.

"I can not tell you if [Kane] is ahead of the schedule or not", Pochettino said.

"We were saying when they finished second a couple of years ago that they needed to add to that squad to be able to be serious contenders", Ferdinand told Sky Sports.

"He is showing on social media that he looks very strong and very fit and very well, running and doing some exercises. Hopefully I will be back as soon as possible". Training with the Under-23's is as soul destroying for the misfiring striker as the tantalising prospect of him being one injury to a fellow Spurs player away from being recalled to the first team.

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"Today I think we are there because we deserve to be there".

Spurs, who will assess Son Heung-min after his midweek exertions on his first game back from global duty, will climb into second place and four points behind leaders Liverpool, albeit possibly temporarily, if they win the lunchtime kick-off.

But the Netherlands worldwide is now set to be added to the club's 25-man Premier League squad list.

"But we are close. and we will fight to the end to be as high as we can".

"Reality - if you see the table of course we are there".

Further complications regarding who will play Tottenham in their new stadium involve the scheduling of the FA Cup, as Tottenham's proposed game against Crystal Palace will have to be postponed should the Eagles beat Doncaster Rovers in the fifth round.

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