There is little to be said about the striker that hasn’t been written already.
Having endured such a bleak winter, if not renewed by Spring’s onset, Jose Mourinho’s side has at least found a way to win.
Unquestionably in Kane, Son and the rejuvenated Gareth Bale, Mourinho has a frontline capable of firing the club to silverware.
Tottenham’s forgotten man brilliantly scored his side’s first goal and went on to create our second and third.
All eyes on Europe
Spurs fans were left rueing their manager’s decision not to start Bale. Had the winger been set loose on West Ham for the full 90 minutes, perhaps…
By the time Tottenham take to the field against Wolfsberger again next Wednesday, the Europa League may well have become their top priority.
At the moment, like everybody, I could really use a little joy. I could use a bit of that unique magic that only Tottenham Hotspur can summon. I know that sounds selfish, but it’s meant to.
Jose Mourinho’s players must not dwell on this stark first-hand reminder of just how far from the Premier League’s best they currently find themselves.