Kane secures win
Mauricio Pochettino admitted he is running out of words to describe Harry Kane after the forward boosted Tottenham Hotspur's hopes of claiming a place in next season's Champions League.
Kane scored twice as Spurs beat relegation-threatened Queens Park Rangers 2-1 to take his season tally to 26 goals in all competitions and move his side to within three points of Manchester United who lie fourth.
Not for the first time this season Pochettino was able to reflect on a match-winning contribution from the 21-year-old although the Spurs manager refused to be drawn on whether his player should receive a first England call-up.
He said: "It's difficult to say anything else about Harry, his performance today shows his strength to keep working. It's Roy Hodgson's decision if he plays for England or not, but all of us here in the Tottenham family are happy with him."
Kane is taking nothing for granted ahead of England's Euro 2016 qualifier against Lithuania at the end of March.
The striker said: "I just need to keep doing what I'm doing. There are still a few more games until the international break so I just need to do the best I can for Spurs."
And he added: "I'm loving my football, being out there with my team-mates and my mates. I feel good and confident, it's important for a striker to have that. The second goal was a nice composed finish." "The reaction after going out of Europe has been fantastic. It was difficult after the defeat against Fiorentina,” Pochettino said.