Kane is likely to start the encounter in North London for Tottenham in a few hours’ time, and the England international has made it clear that he and his teammates cannot be complacent.
“West Brom are certainly difficult to beat,” the 23-year-old told Tottenham’s official website. “They are well-oiled, disciplined and Tony Pulis has them structured and playing the way he wants.
“It will be tough but we’re at home, we’re on a good run and we have to try and continue that. We’ve got to get out there and do it.”
Tottenham have won their last six matches in all competitions and are in great form at the moment.
The North London outfit will be favourites to win against West Brom, and it will be a surprise if they drop all three points.
What will be important for Mauricio Pochettino’s side is that they do not lose concentration or get complacent.
West Brom can be hard to beat, especially if it is still goalless at half time. Manager Tony Pulis knows how to set up his team not to concede goals.
Kane has scored 10 goals and created 22 chances in 15 Premier League appearances for Tottenham so far this season.