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Harry Kane has admitted that he would like to have the skills of Paul Pogba and the free-kick taking ability of Maro Reus.
Spurs striker was asked which parts of other players’ games he would like to assimilate into his own style and responded with answers including Pogba and Reus.
“Pogba’s skills, Reus’ amazing free-kicks, Saul [Niguez’s] perfect dribbling, [Krzysztof ]Piatek’s intuition and [Gianluigi] Donnarumma’s big arm span,” the England captain said when naming areas of others games he would like to include into his own.
Kane was also asked what the difference was between talent and greatness and Kane put it down to mindset.
He said: “I think having a strong mindset is a big part of that I think.
“I always say self-belief and hard work are the two most important things to go along with talent. Of course, you need talent to get you a certain way but the other two are very important.
The 27-year-old has been heavily linked with a move away from north London, with Manchester City, Chelsea and Manchester United interested.
Kane ended the 2020-21 Premier League season as the Golden boot winner and the Playmaker of the Season award following a fantastic personal campaign.