Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane has hailed the understanding between him and club teammate Dele Alli and said, as quoted by the London Evening Standard, that playing in front of the young star guarantees that he will get chances for England at Euro 2016.
Kane and Alli were the two brightest stars of Spurs' superb domestic campaign, and their lethal partnership was key to Mauricio Pochettino's side launching a first genuine title challenge in recent memory.
Seven of Alli's nine Premier League assists resulting in Kane finding the net, and the pair are looking to bring that profitable link-up onto the international scene this summer.
It has begun well for the duo, with Alli playing in Kane to score the opener after just three minutes of the friendly against Turkey last weekend, and the Premier League Golden Boot winner believes that he is playing in front of the best possible teammate.
Kane said, as quoted by the Standard: "You train with each other every day during the season and obviously when you are on the field you have that understanding, especially with Dele in that position for the first goal against Turkey. It’s great to have players who you play with week-in, week-out in the England team.
"In training and in pre-season we kind of had that understanding straight away and it is good to have that when you are a striker and the No. 10 is playing in behind you. You know you are going to get service and you know you are going to get chances."
In total, Kane has scored 32 goals in 59 appearances for club and country this season, and has 66 in 115 games since the start of the 2014-15 campaign.
Meanwhile, Alli racked up 10 goals and 13 assists in all competitions for Spurs and has already established himself as a leading star for the Three Lions ahead of his first major tournament in France this summer.