Harry Kane has admitted he isn’t worried about increased competition for the Premier League Golden Boot next season.
The Tottenham star is expected to be in contention for the award next season, but with some notable newcomers this summer it could prove to be a more competitive year than most.
Manchester City have already completed the £51million signing of Erling Haaland from Borussia Dortmund, while Liverpool are agreeing a deal to sign Darwin Nunez from Benfica.
With Haaland and Nunez set to join the likes of Mohamed Salah, Heung-min Son and Cristiano Ronaldo in the race to be crowned the Golden Boot winner, it means Kane will have to put in the work if he is to have any chance of winning. beat his rivals.
However, speaking of luck, the English skipper didn’t seem too concerned.
He told Sky Sports: “The battle for the Golden Boot is always a tough one.
“The Premier League has produced some of the best strikers in the world for several years.
“Every season I’ve played it’s always been an uphill battle to win that Golden Boot and it’s no different.
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“You expect the best strikers to want to play in the Premier League and with these two new signings that will be the case.
“It helps me as a player, it helps to have good competition, it pushes me to improve and, of course, I’m looking forward to the challenge.
“I try to focus on myself to start with. Whatever the season, I have things I want to accomplish and goals I want to achieve.
“I try not to focus too much on the other players. I can’t control what they do, but what I’m going to do is keep working hard and improving.
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