The Tottenham Hotspur striker can get even better if he improves his decision making in the final third.
Harry Kane is in the form of his life.
The 21-year-old can't stop scoring and his first league goal at White Hart Lane since April yesterday showed he does not intend to let up.
The Tottenham striker can get even better, however, if he works on a key flaw in his game.
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As Opta stats show, Kane took seven shots during the 2-1 win over Burnley yesterday. Only one was on target - his goal, an unopposed header from close range.
On several other occasions, Kane would have been better off finding a Spurs team-mate but instead opted to go for goal - rather wastefully.
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Throughout the Premier League season, Kane has been Tottenham's second-highest shot taker. In fact, Christian Eriksen has been more wasteful than him overall.
And the fact that the duo have been Spurs' best players over a long period of time suggests taking more shots is no bad thing - if you don't shoot, you don't score.
But, if 21-year-old Kane can better his decision-making in the final third and only shoot when it's really necessary or gives him the optimum chance of scoring, the Tottenham man can improve even further as a striker.