Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino has said that Harry Kane is doing “very good” ahead of a potential start against Stoke City on Saturday afternoon.
Last weekend, Kane came off the bench against Chelsea and made a successful return from an ankle ligament injury which had threatened to keep the 24-year-old sidelined for over a month.
Pochettino has admitted that Kane’s fitness continues to be monitored, but that the England international is in line to be involved at the bet365 Stadium.
At a press conference, the 46-year-old told reporters: “He’s ok after playing nearly 20 minutes against Chelsea. This week was good, working hard. Yes, he’s going to arrive, ok we need to see him one training session more today after the press conference.
“He’s doing very good and of course the expectation is to score goals and you know him, he’s so determined to help the team to achieve all that they want. Of course, he’s hungry to score.”
Kane has netted 35 goals in 40 appearances in all competitions during the current campaign.