Tottenham ace Harry Kane believes that the team need to pick up victories in their next three Premier League outings.
Mauricio Pochettino’s side have struggled for form in recent weeks, losing back-to-back away matches against Manchester United and bitter rivals Arsenal.
Spurs also slumped to a disappointing 1-1 draw on the weekend against West Bromwich Albion which saw them slip down the league table and outside of the top-four places.
The North London club appear to be out of contention for the Premier League title as they currently find themselves 13 points adrift league leaders Manchester City.
Speaking to the Evening Standard, Kane is adamant that Spurs need to back bounce and pick up nine points from their next three fixtures.
“We’ve found ourselves quite a way behind the top of the table and we have to find a way to claw that back,” he said.
“We have three games coming up which are must-wins.”
The England international notched up his 15th goal of the season against the Baggies as he helped Spurs earn a much needed equaliser at Wembley Stadium.
After missing the previous international break, Kane has bounced back in style, scoring two goals in his last matches.
Tottenham travel to the King Power Stadium to face Leicester City on Tuesday evening before taking on Watford and Stoke City in their next Premier League three matches.
Kane will be desperate to add more goals to his tally as Tottenham look to get right back on track.
In other Tottenham news, a BBC pundit has blasted this Spurs senior man for his comments on the West Brom draw.