Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane claims the club do not fear any of their title rivals. The north London club continued their fine run of form with a 1-0 win against Watford on 6 February and Kane thinks they are very much in the hunt for the Premier League.
The in-form forward thinks Spurs have nothing to fear from the likes of Leicester City, Manchester City and Arsenal as the title race heats up. "We've been serious contenders all season – obviously moving up to second is a good thing, and the higher up we are the better," Kane said, according to The Mirror.
The Tottenham star revealed he is looking forward to his team's tricky-looking away fixture against title rivals Manchester City on 14 February. "We have some tough away games coming up, but we don't fear anyone," he said.
"We're happy to go up to Manchester City and play our football because we're excited by the challenge. And we know we can beat anyone in the League – and that's the attitude we have to keep. City will want to put things right but we're on a great run and we're just looking forward to playing every week."
Kane also insisted that even if Tottenham fall short this season, they must do all they can to retain their services of their sought-after boss Mauricio Pochettino, who has been linked with the managerial position at Manchester United.
"The gaffer is a great manager who has been good for everyone at the club," Kane said of the Tottenham coach. "He has changed our philosophy and everyone is striving for greatness."