Harry Kane makes a double admission on Tottenham's post-season tour

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Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane has talked about his own impact and the club's global support base after the team touched down in Australia.

Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane made a double admission as he attended a press conference when Spurs touched down in Sydney for the next leg of their post-season tour.

Kane has explained the progress he’s made as a Tottenham player this year still hasn’t sunk in while admitting that he didn’t really have an accurate idea over how popular the club are all over the world.

Spurs saw off a Malaysian XI with a victory yesterday and are now preparing for a friendly game against Sydney in Australia.

“It's not been a bad year! A lot of it hasn't sunk it yet. It's been amazing but hopefully it's just the start,” he said.

“I've never been to Australia. We're very happy to be here and looking forward to the game on Saturday.”

“It was amazing at the airport. Sometimes you don't realise the support around the world. We saw it in Malaysia and now here.”

Few would have predicted Kane to enjoy the success he’s had in Tottenham’s attack over the past ten months and it’s important that he now looks to build on it.

He will be the main man up front for Spurs next year, but he’s going to be challenged with opposition teams look to starve him of possession.

However, he’s scored a variety of goals over the past year against bigger and supposed smaller teams and he has a very solid all round game, which manager Mauricio Pochettino has done well to nurture so far.

What makes him so popular all over the world is that he seems to be such a grounded and calm individual and someone a lot of fans aspire to as a role model. He’s definitely someone every Spurs fan can be proud of.

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