Tottenham is coming off a 5-0 thrashing of Everton on Monday which helped them move a step closer to European qualification. By no surprise, it was the Harry Kane show, with the Englishman scoring a brace.

Following the much-needed result, Kane explained how Antonio Conte has played a huge part in him finding his form again.

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“I feel like I’m in a great place,” the Tottenham man said. “I’m 28 now, I feel like physically I’m in a really good place. I feel mentally, my game understanding and my awareness on the pitch is at a really high level from just gaining experience over the years.

“Antonio has definitely given me more strings to my bow. I’m always someone who tries to improve. When I’m 35, 36 I’ll still be trying to improve – that’s just my mindset. But for sure, I’m in a good place. It’s nice to be scoring goals, winning games, helping the team.”

Conte is known for his ability to make strikers better. Before coming to Tottenham, he spent two seasons at Inter Milan from 2019-2021 and made Romelu Lukaku a much more all-around No.9. The Italian’s expertise has undoubtedly been a key part in Kane starting to score more goals again. After a rather dismal start to the campaign, the 28-year-old has scored five times in his last five games, including a double against Manchester City.

Tottenham is now in seventh spot and just three points off Arsenal, who hold the final Champions League berth at the moment.