Harry Kane has revealed that Mauricio Pochettino’s treatment of players makes them want to do their best for the Tottenham Hotspur boss.

The Argentine has thus far enjoyed a relatively successful spell at Spurs since taking charge of the club in 2014.

In his first season at White Hart Lane, Tottenham finished fifth in the Premier League and also managed to reach the League Cup final, but lost the encounter at Wembley 2-0 to Chelsea.

Spurs then mounted a serious title challenge last season, but ultimately finished third in the standings behind Leicester City and Arsenal; although the north London outfit had the best defensive record in the Premier League in the 2015/16 campaign.

And Kane, who has scored 59 goals in 104 games in all competitions since Pochettino took the reins of the club two years ago, explained that even though the manager makes them work extremely hard in training, the players are still prepared to give their all for the 44-year-old due to the manner in which he treats his charges.


“He’s a very good manager”, the striker told Spurs TV.

“He gets a lot out of you. He wants you to work very hard for him in training and in matches.

“But the rewards are there – he treats you like an adult, he treats you well and you want to do your best for him.”

Spurs, who are yet to lose in the Premier League this season, will next face Stoke City on Saturday.