By John Wenham

5th Nov, 2022 | 8:54am

Tottenham expert delighted by 'big' Harry Kane development - 'that's massive for us'

Tottenham have been handed a “massive” boost going into the mid-season break after a recent glut of goals from unlikely sources.

That is according to Spurs expert John Wenham, who regularly breaks news about the club on his Lilywhite Rose social media channels.

Kane, 29, has failed to score in Spurs’ last three games after starting the season on fire by scoring 11 goals in 19 total appearances.

Ryan Sessegnon, Ben Davies and Rodrigo Bentancur scored Spurs’ three goals against Bournemouth (29 October) while Clement Lenglet and Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg bagged against Marseille on Tuesday (1 November).

Wenham claims this development is “massive” for the club.

“It has given players the chance to contribute,” Wenham told Football Insider correspondent Ben Wild.

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“Look at Ryan Sessegnon, finally contributing something. It was a decent finish from him in that game to be fair to him.

“I was pleased for him even though normal service was resumed against Marseille and he was hooked at half time.

“We have the defensive midfielders scoring as well and I honestly think that’s massive for us. Hojbjerg has been amongst the goals this season, he’s scored big goals against Chelsea and now Marseille.

“If we can take some of that burden off Kane, not that he suffers with the pressure, I just think we need goals coming from other areas.

“If Kane is having a rare off-day, we need some other players who can step up. We do have that in Kulusevski and Rihcarlison but obviously, they are both injured.

“So to see some of the less likely faces on the scoresheet can only be good news for us and it will help us kick on during a busy second half of the season.”

Tottenham are next in action against Liverpool on Sunday (6 November).

Antonio Conte’s side currently sit third in the Premier League table.

In other news, a Tottenham expert has issued a ‘world-class’ Rodrigo Bentancur claim as ‘phenomenal’ footage is analysed.