Quite typically Harry Kane is now looking forward to showing why he ought to be England captain, oppose to recent incumbents of the armband Joe Hart, centre-back Gary Cahill and midfielder Jordan Henderson.
“My focus has to be on scoring goals and continuing this form into October. That’s the most important thing, do your talking on the pitch.”
That’s where Kane has done his talking alright scoring 13 goals for club and country in September.
24 year old Kane’s professionalism shines through in everything he says and Harry believes whoever Gareth picks as captain, the team will get behind him. “We have still not qualified and we have to win the game on Thursday — and that makes it easier on Sunday.”