Harry Kane looks in good form for Spurs right now with the striker challenging for the Golden Boot and hoping to fire his side to a long-awaited top-flight title after several decades without one.
It’s going to be tough as it would appear several sides are in the race this season but Spurs will feel as though they’ve got the firepower to do it, particularly when you consider Kane’s numbers so far.
The striker, as per whoscored, has seven goals and eight assists for the club in the Premier League, whilst also averaging 4.8 shots per game and winning 2.8 aerials a game on average.
For context, he leads the way in the league for shots per game, highlighting his obvious ability to get his efforts away and the chances Spurs are creating for him, whilst for assists he also sits top of the tree.
It’s goals where he’ll want to lead most of all, though, and he’s currently just one off those leading the way – Son Heung-Min, Jamie Vardy, Mo Salah and Dominic Calvert-Lewin are ahead of him right now.