Tottenham Hotspur star Harry Kane has vowed his side will continue to go about their work quietly amid Liverpool and Manchester City hogging the title contenders headlines. 

Kane scored two goals at Goodison Park on Sunday afternoon as Tottenham tore Everton to shreds in a 6-2 Premier League win.

Marco Silva saw his Everton defence split apart on numerous occasions as Spurs ran riot and moved to within two points of second placed Manchester City.

Leaders Liverpool, along with Pep Guardiola's Manchester City, have been widely considered to be in a two-horse race and Kane is happy for Spurs to go under the radar.

Asked about a title challenge on Sky Sports after the game, Kane replied: "Everybody's been talking about Liverpool and Manchester City, and we've been getting on with it and doing well, like we normally do.

"It's important we carry that on now. The games are coming thick and fast but they are games we can definitely win.

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"We've had a good month and hopefully we can take that into January now, and February, and then we'll see where we're at come April time", the Spurs striker added.

Tottenham have two games left in 2018, both at home, against Bournemouth and Wolves, respectively.

They kick off 2019 by heading to Wales to take on Neil Warnock's Cardiff City side.