Harry Kane named Premier League player of the month
Tottenham striker Harry Kane has been name PL player of the month for the month of September.
Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane has been named as the Premier League player of the month for September.
Kane, who scored six goals in four PL appearances last month, beat Manchester City pair Kevin De Bruyne and Sergio Aguero, Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku, Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata, Brighton’s Pascal Gross and Jamaal Lascelles of Newcastle to win the award.
— Harry Kane (@HKane) October 13, 2017
‘It feels good’ Kane told EASPORTS.com. ‘It’s a great honour every time to win this award.
‘It’s great, hopefully I can continue it and get a few more for the rest of the season.’
When asked how he felt about joining the likes of Gerrard and Robin van Persie in winning the award for a fifth time, he added: ‘It makes me feel proud.
‘It’s not something I think about too much but whenever I do win this award, it’s a great honour and I can only thank my teammates, the manager and the staff that help me achieve it.
‘I’m just putting the balls in the back of the net, but they are the ones that are helping me do it.’
Asked if September 2017 has been the best month of his career, Kane replied: ‘I would say so when you look at the goals I’ve scored and the amount of games.
‘I feel really confident, I feel good.
‘I feel in good shape so I just can’t wait for the next games to come. That’s what I’m trying to do, just stay fit and healthy, and hopefully I’ll continue to score.’