Pochettino 'disappointed' with Tottenham's dry January

Arnold Nichols
February 9, 2019

Kane suffered injury in Tottenham's 1-0 defeat to Manchester United on January 13, and he is yet to play for the club since.

He was ruled out by his club until March, but, after undergoing a spell of warm weather training, Kane is hoping to be back sooner than expected.

He said: "I can not tell you if he is ahead of schedule or not".

"He is showing on social media that he looks very strong and very fit and very well, running and doing some exercises".

"He's determined to try and recover as soon as possible and be available as soon as possible". It's going well so far, but we have just got to take our time with it and make sure we get it right.

"You know him, Harry would want to play tomorrow".

'I think it is so important for him to feel so important.

'I never put a time on any of my injuries.

Spurs are the first team in the Premier League era not to sign a player in consecutive transfer windows but despite the lack of fresh faces they sit behind only Liverpool and Manchester City ahead of Saturday's home game against Newcastle United.

"I am disappointed because we are in a very good position and maybe, with a little more help, we could not have an excuse not to be a real contender".

"Reality - if you see the table of course we are there". The key players of the game are Rondon, Matt Ritchie.

Tottenham are now third in the Premier League, just five points off current leaders Liverpool, while the only other competition Maurico Pochettino's side are still in is the Champions League, where they've been handed a hard last 16 tie against current Bundesliga leaders Borussia Dortmund. "But the dream is the dream, my dream is to win the Premier League or Champions League, to win the FA Cup or the Carabao Cup".

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