Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane is confident of scoring on a regular basis and equalling his fine form from last term, after he opened his Premier League account at Stoke City.

The England striker found the back of the net in his fourth game of the season as his side beat Stoke 4-0 away from home.

This strike was special for Kane as it came ahead of previous season-opening goals. In fact it was not until 26th September that the youngster scored his first goal last season.

It took him even more time two years ago, when he secured his first Premier League goal for Tottenham against Aston Villa in November.

The 23-year-old is well aware of the feat and insists that no matter what people think about him, he will hope to continue surprising them by getting into goalscoring positions and increasing his overall goals tally.  


"It’s actually the earliest I’ve ever scored in the Premier League!" Kane told his club's official website.

"Okay, people are going to talk, people will say ‘he can’t do it again’ but everyone knows what I’m like, I’ll keep getting into the positions to try to score.

"I did that again but there were a few occasions where the ball just didn’t drop right for me.

"You keep going, especially as a striker, keep getting into the positions and I scored in the end."