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Harry Kane is sure that his failed move away from Tottenham to Manchester City in the summer isn’t impacting his form this season, with his future “clear”.
The England captain was heavily linked with a move to City in the summer, however, the sides failed to complete the move.
Kane is yet to score in the Premier League since then and his dip in form for both club and country has called into question whether the failed move has impacted him.
When asked on whether he had a hangover from the summer, the striker said:
“I mean it’s natural that people think like that.
“Obviously everyone is entitled to their opinion, but look at the end of the day, I’m my own biggest critic. I put the most pressure on myself to deliver and perform and play well.
“So, at the end of the day I’ve just got to keep working hard, keep working hard for the team.
“Like I said, it was the first game in 15 [qualifiers] I haven’t scored, so not the end of the world.
“You know me, everyone who knows me well knows I’m confident every time I play so I’ll be ready for the next one.”
On his future, Kane said:
“I’m as clear as anything. Obviously a lot of noise around me when you’re a high level sportsman, sometimes that’s the case.
“It’s about how you deal with that. I’ve got good people around me, good friends and family, good teammates, good coaches.
“So, yeah every time I step on the field, I give it 110% for club and country.
“Like I said, performances for club and country maybe just haven’t been there for the past few weeks but like I said, there’s no need to panic.
“I’m confident in myself, confident in my teams I play in and that’s the way it goes.”
Source – football.london