Kane eyeing improvement ahead of Sky Blues clash

His first assignment will be taking on Sydney FC but breakout Tottenham star Harry Kane is already looking ahead to next season and showing he’s no one-hit wonder.

Kane, who finished as the EPL’s second-top scorer this season with 21 goals, will arrive in Sydney on Thursday ahead of this weekend’s clash with the Sky Blues at ANZ Stadium.

It’s been a remarkable rookie season for the 21-year-old, who also scored on his international debut with England in March.

Tottenham striker Harry Kane celebrates scoring against Arsenal.

Spurs name squad for Sydney FC clash

But he is desperate to build on his superb campaign and admits it’s down to him to ensure his form doesn’t plateau in 2015/16.

"I'm a hard worker, I'm always going to try and improve and progress,” Kane said ahead of Saturday night’s clash with Sydney FC.

"That's all I have to focus on, how I can get better and do even better next season. That's down to me and hopefully we can do better as a team.

"Obviously it has been an unbelievable season and definitely one I won't forget. But I have a long way to go, next season I have to try to do even better."

Spurs striker Harry Kane celebrates scoring against Liverpool mid-week.

Having got the better of some of the best defenders in Europe this season, it will be interesting to see how Sky Blues centre-backs Matt Jurman and Jacques Faty deal with Spurs’ golden-boy.

Kane’s 31-goal haul in all competitions has drawn the attention of some big clubs, with EPL rivals Manchester United reportedly keen to bring him to Old Trafford.

But Kane’s focus is currently on Spurs’ tour Down Under followed by his participation in the England under-21 squad for next month’s European Championships in the Czech Republic.

Kane praised Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino for getting the best out of him and giving him a chance to prove himself in the EPL.

Mauricio Pochettino and Harry Kane

"I owe it all to him. He showed faith in me at an early stage when a lot of other managers wouldn't have,” Kane said.

"He played me in the Europa League earlier in the season and I did well in it to get my confidence growing.

"I think I had eight or nine goals by the time I got my first start in the Premier League and I was really confident because I was scoring goals.

"So he gave me my chance in the Premier League and I was able to grab the chance with both hands."