Harry Kane warns Tottenham's rivals: I'm not a one-season wonder

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Harry Kane has warned Premier League defences that he is ready to repeat his goal-scoring feats of last season.

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I'm sure you're not I see a great talent. That said, last season the defenders didn't know you but now they do. It would help if Chadli, Eriksen or Lamela could get some more goals to take the pressure off.
 

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Of course he says nothing remotely like the headline. He "warns" no one and makes no reference to "one season wonder". Nothing interesting here.
 

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I'm sure you're not I see a great talent. That said, last season the defenders didn't know you but now they do. It would help if Chadli, Eriksen or Lamela could get some more goals to take the pressure off.
Weren't we the first team (or only) to have 3 or more players score 10+goals last season? HK, CE & NC...
 

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Weren't we the first team (or only) to have 3 or more players score 10+goals last season? HK, CE & NC...
It's true last season those two did get the other goals but my big fear is teams think if Kane doesn't score we won't score many. Chadli for example doesn't have a great scoring record, maybe one goal every four games or so. I think he can improve on that but if he only gets 9 or 10 league goals next season that's more work for Harry. This is the issue playing one up front, it's great if he keeps scoring and we have an extra man in midfield but if he's not, and all strikers go through lean spells, then we need a goal threat from somewhere else. If Kane were out injured for any length of time then we'll struggle for goals. Harry is a great prospect but we need to support him from midfield and ideally sign a back up to give him a few games off.
 
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