Last week we looked at the possibility of Harry Kane making an impact at White Hart Lane next season as the 19 year old looks to impress Andre Villas-Boas in pre-season. Harry began 2012-13 as the only viable deputy for Jermain Defoe up front but the arrival of Emmanuel Adebayor precipitated two loan spells – at Norwich City and Leicester City.
Injury brought about a premature end to life at Carrow Road but the player feels that overall it was a positive time.
“It was a positive season for me, I feel I progressed again, played in the Premier League at 19, played for a top Championship club at 19 and the season is another a stepping stone for me,” said Harry on the club’s official website.
“Yes, there were ups and downs along the way, the injury at Norwich was unfortunate, but you have to get on with it.
Kane got his first experience in Premiership football as he replaced Sandro in our opening game of the season away to Newcastle and had further, limited experience at the top level with Norwich.
“I managed to get a few Premier League games under my belt, played at the top end of the Championship and it’s all been a great experience for me,” he added.
“It’s a season I’ll learn from and look to move forward again next season.”
The forward is currently away with England as he prepares for the Under 20 World Cup and while he will want to impress his parent club during the summer, the likelihood is of another loan deal to a Premiership club and hopefully that will prove to be a more productive move.