Harry Kane addresses Tottenham’s slow start to the season

The Spurs attacker has stated that he is not concerned by the team’s less-than-ideal first three results or his lack of goals.

Tottenham striker Harry Kane has stated that he is not worried about the club’s slow start to the season or the fact that he is yet to hit the back of the net in 2015-16, FourFourTwo report.

The North London side were beaten 1-0 by Manchester United at Old Trafford on the opening day of the campaign, while they were pegged back by both Stoke and Leicester after being ahead in their last two games.

After a devastating season in 2014-15 where Kane netted 31 goals in all competitions, the England international has yet to hit the back of the net this term, with Spurs only scoring three goals in their first three games.

Despite the less-than-ideal start to the campaign for the White Hart Lane outfit, Kane is not concerned for himself or Mauricio Pochettino’s men.

"I'm not worried about the goals, I know I've got goals in me,” FourFourTwo quote the homegrown hero as saying.

"If others are scoring it doesn't matter as long as we're getting results - but that's what we've got to start doing.

"We finally got the breakthrough and then conceded straight after which was criminal. That isn't good enough.

"It’s not the ideal start to the season but we’ve been playing well. We’re not too concerned, there’s a long way to go.

"We're still working on things. If we can get that win, we’ll push on.”

Tottenham have ambitions of finishing in the top four this season and qualifying for next season’s Champions League, but will face an uphill struggle due to the quality of the rest of the teams at the top of the division.

Pochettino’s men face Everton at home in their next fixture before travelling to take on Crystal Palace in the following game.

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