Harry Kane believes the confidence flowing through his Tottenham side can inspire them to the Premier League title.
The Lilywhites, who are 8.00 to top the standings, recently ended Chelsea’s winning run and having also cruised into the third round of the FA Cup, backed it up with arguably their performance of the season as they thrashed West Brom 4-0 on Saturday.
Spurs proved to be Leicester’s nearest challengers last term before falling away in the final weeks of the season, but appear to have learnt as a result of that experience.
Following their slow start to the campaign, Mauricio Pochettino’s men appear to be back at full pace and Kane’s form means he has almost become the personification of their improvement.
The England striker has netted six times in his last four outings to take his tally for the season to 15 in all competitions.
Sunday sees Pochettino’s side face a stiff test when they travel north to take on Manchester City for a game they are 3.50 to win, with the draw 3.25 and City 2.10.
With Spurs second in the table, Kane sees no reason why they should fear anyone. “We came very close last year, that was a great experience to be part of,” Kane said.
“But we got better as a team, we have grown as a team. “Hopefully we can use that experience to help us this year. We’re on great form, we’re high on confidence. If we continue that there’s no reason we can’t win it.”