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Tottenham youngster hoping for first team action next season

09:44 13 May 2012

Harry Kane (right) celebrates scoring for Tottenham in their Europa League clash against Shamrock Rovers

Harry Kane (right) celebrates scoring for Tottenham in their Europa League clash against Shamrock Rovers

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Harry Kane is looking to break into Spurs’ first team squad next year

Tottenham youngster Harry Kane is hopeful of forcing his way into Spurs’ first team next season.

The 18-year-old impressed for Millwall, scoring nine goals in 27 games and Lions Kenny Jackett wants to see him back at The Den.

“I will go into pre-season with the hope and aim of playing first-team football for Spurs and if I can get a good pre-season under my belt then who knows what can happen next year,” Kane told Sky Sports.

“Hopefully it will lead to a few Premier League appearances and from there it is up to me to score goals and show what I can do.

“Millwall is a great club and I don’t think that we deserve to be where we are this season, so next season I can definitely see them breaking into the top ten.”

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