By Dominic Toner
Kevin Wimmer believes that Tottenham forward Harry Kane is even better than last season.
The 23-year-old helped Spurs to a third-placed finish last campaign in the Premier League and his 25 goals made him the golden boot winner.
He managed 28 goals in 50 appearances across all competitions last season and cemented his position as one of the best strikers in the division.
However, Wimmer feels that the England international has now gone up another gear and managed to improve lots of aspects of his game.
“You only have to see what he does every week in the games – I think he’s improved a lot from last season,” Wimmer said, as quoted by the club’s official website. “He was great last season but he’s improved even more.”
Kane’s goal tally this term suggests that he is becoming more prolific in front of goal, scoring 22 goals in just 27 appearances across all competitions.
He looks set to eclipse his stats from last season and is thriving under Argentinian manager Mauricio Pochettino.
Spurs are second-placed in the Premier League table and are in a strong position to secure a top four spot.
The north London club were bitterly disappointed from both the Champions League and Europa League this season, but will play League One side Millwall in the FA Cup quarter-finals.
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