By Harvey Byrne
Harry Kane has revealed that it “felt good” to be back in training after the striker looks to step up his recovery from an ankle injury.
The 23-year-old star forward was forced off of the pitch early in September during a match against Sunderland after suffering the injury.
He has not featured for the north London club since, but has returned to training with a match against Bayer Leverkusen coming up on Wednesday before a clash against their fierce rivals at the Emirates Stadium.
The forward took to his personal Twitter account following the training session and revealed that he was still working hard to get match fit.
— Harry Kane (@HKane) November 1, 2016
Supporters will be hoping for Kane to step onto the pitch as soon as possible with the club currently on a run of five matches without a victory.
Summer addition Vincent Janssen has struggled in the opening stages of his Spurs career with just four penalty goals coming from his first 15 appearances for the club.
Kane had also started the season slowly with his poor form dragging on from a Euro 2016 campaign where the striker and England struggled.
However, he scored two goals in his three fixtures before the injury and had looked to recapture his form in front of goal before the setback.