A strong relation with Mourinho will help Tottenham – Harry Kane

English professional football player Harry Kane wants to develop his relationship with the newly coming Manager Jose Mourinho. This English Striker player who plays for English premier league club Tottenham Hotspur thinks this strong relationship with Mourinho will help Tottenham to bring to the next level. When this skipper of the England national team has dedicated support for the previous manager Mauricio Pochettino, but he is aware of the ability of current Portuguese team manager Jose Mourinho who could help Tottenham to the next level. 

This 56-year-old Portuguese who is well known as one of the greatest club managers of all times club history has a record of a good relationship with the strikers such as Diego Costa, Didier Droba, and Zlatan Ibrahimovic. These strikers were excellent under him and Harry wants to add his name to the list of these strikers.

The fastest player who scored 20 goals in Champions League Harry Kane said,

There was a good relationship between us in the past. Now we are talking and trying to help the team. he looks to me for sharing his feelings and advice for the team. Because I am one of the leaders on this team.

This 26-year-old forward added, “ I am hopeful about our strong relationship when we are winning games and it will help us for sure.”

Most Premier League Player of the Month award holder Harry thinks Tottenham is a quality squad and probably the best team in Europe. When he shared his memory of the previous champions league session, “ what we did in the last year’s Champions League we know that. Just take the positive things from that and going to try that again or much better than that.”

Kane, who scored twice in the match against Olympiakos where Tottenham won by 4-2 that helped this side to book their place in the Champions League knockout round. And now under current boss Mourinho, Tottenham Hotspur started their League freshly with a win over West Ham by 3-2 Goals. Harry scored 1 goal for his side on that match. As their previous coach, Mauricio Pochettino was fired for a bad starting of the season