By Will Butcher
Harry Kane could be set to feature against Bayer Leverkusen on Wednesday night after taking part in Tottenham training.
The striker has been out of first-team action since September, after being stretchered off against Sunderland with an ankle injury.
However, Press Association journalist Tom Allnutt revealed on his personal Twitter account that Kane was back in training ahead of their Champions League Group E clash.
— Tom Allnutt (@tomallnuttPA) November 1, 2016
The video shows a welcome sight for Tottenham fans as Kane moves through his paces ahead of the north London derby on Sunday.
Tottenham will be desperate to see the return of Kane, after scoring just three goals in their last five league and cup matches.
New signing Vincent Janssen has stuttered in front of goal following his £17million move from Dutch outfit AZ Alkmaar, scoring just three penalties in a Tottenham shirt.
South Korea international Son Heung-Min has been in fine form himself in front of goal after winning the September Player of the Month award, but his finishing touch has also vanished.
Manager Mauricio Pochettino will be looking for his side to secure three points against their German counterparts, as they look to progress into the knockout phase of the competition.
With just three points separating first from fourth, a win could see Spurs move to the top of the table and strengthen their chances of securing a spot in the round of 16.
In other Tottenham team news, this is the expected side to face Leverkusen.