By Dominic Toner

Tottenham forward Harry Kane has attempted to mirror Paul Scholes’ iconic volley against Bradford.

The former Manchester United midfielder scored several long-range goals during his illustrious career, including a first-time volley from a David Beckham corner against Bradford in 2000.

Kane has tried to replicate the famous league goal and the official Premier League Twitter account has shown how the forward got on with the challenge.

Kane lifted the golden boot award last season for his 25 league goals and has shown how efficient he is in front of goal.

However the striker did not have success during England’s Euro 2016 campaign with no goals to his name and was disappointing from several set-piece attempts.

Sky Sports pundit Jeff Stelling has named Kane as captain in his Premier League Fantasy Football XI and expects the forward to have another successful domestic season.

Kane, 23, has already made 127 appearances for Spurs in all competitions and scored 64 goals in return.

After spending his earlier years at Leyton Orient, Millwall, Norwich and Leicester on loan, Kane has earned his place as one of the most feared strikers in the Premier League.

Kane has been left to spearhead the Spurs attack for the last two season but will now receive some help from Dutch forward Janssen, who scored 32 goals last season for Ajax in all competitions for AZ Alkmaar.

In other Tottenham team news, a senior man who followed Pochettino from Southampton has quit the club.