Tottenham's Dele Alli looks with Harry Kane
Spurs striker Harry Kane sat down for an exclusive interview with the Daily Telegraph and explained how his sudden emergence on the scene and the manner in which he adapted to scoring goals on a regular basis meant that there was always going to come a time in his career where he would struggle.
The 23-year-old striker has been in magnificent form for Mauricio Pochettino's side once again this season, despite spending a lengthy spell on the sidelines from September to November, scoring 14 goals in 20 Premier League outings thus far.
And Kane told the Telegraph how because he was such an instant hit at White Hart Lane, fans and pundits maybe expected a little bit too much of him:
"Because I had come onto the scene so quick and I had started scoring early on, I think there was always going to be a time in my career when the goals were not happening so quickly and so fluently. I might have just been anticipating that. People might have been thinking that or saying that - 'can he do it again?' - so it was more just… I knew I was going to do it again, so it was about proving whoever doubted me wrong."
Tottenham's Harry Kane in action
Kane has arguably been the main driving force behind Tottenham's resurgence in form over the last three months.
And they now sit comfortably in second position in the Premier League table, albeit a distant 10 points behind league leaders Chelsea.
But if the England international can continue to show the kind of form that he has done since his return from injury then they still have every chance of catching the Blues.
Tottenham's Harry Kane