Harry Kane trusts Tottenham will have an advantage in the Premier League race for a top-four completion because they won’t be distracted by European rivalry.
Spikes are eighth in the table and seven focuses behind Chelsea, who occupies the final spot which guarantees to qualify for the Champions League next season.
After Norwich eliminated them from the FA Cup, RB Leipzig thumped Jose Mourinho ‘s team out of Europe in their last match, before the coronavirus pandemic constrained the worldwide suspension of football.
Meanwhile, their competitors for a top-four completion like Chelsea, Manchester United, Wolves, Sheffield United and Arsenal all participate in at least one increasingly game.
Kane is certain of his side’s chances of booking an arrival to the following term continental rivalry with just the English top flight to concentrate on.
He said to Sky Sports: “We ‘re not in any of different tournaments from our perspective, however, we have nine games to concentrate on getting as many focuses and attempting to get into the Champions League spots. So our attention will at least be on one rivalry.
Kane hasn’t played for two months before the Premier League was suspended, because of a muscle injury.
The current month’s league will continue with Tottenham starting on June 19 with a home game against fifth-placed Manchester United and the England international will be fit for action.
In spite of the long break, the 26-year-old says he’s fit as a fiddle.
Kane has scored 11 times and made two assists in 20 appearances in the Premier League this season. He has just four years left on his contract at Spurs.