Anything I can do that will help me and the team, I'm happy to do it.

Harry Kane

Harry Kane

Profession: Athlete
Nationality: British

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I've always been working hard on my speed for the last few years. Obviously I'm not slow, but as a striker, the more speed you have, the better you are.

I was a fan myself, and I know what it's like. If someone comes out of the blocks and scores 31 goals in one season, then you think, 'OK, was that a one-off, or will he do it again?'

As long as there's a vision with the club, and we're not stale, we're going forward as a club.

If I can be a role model, or if I can maybe make another manager play a young player coming through rather than buy a player, that's incredible.

I'm a very patriotic England fan, actually. I always wore my heart on my sleeve.

I was a fan once, and I remember what it was like approaching footballers for their autographs. I used to get starstruck a lot of the time.

I love going to the Algarve and playing golf.

You come up against challenges in life, and it's how you deal with them that defines you.

In football, you have to grow up quickly, and you're generally more mature than other people your age.

I play my best football when I'm calm mentally.

I am happy at Tottenham. I go into work every day with a smile on my face, and that is important.

You can run in behind someone - one v. one, you're better - so I'm always trying to work on my speed. That's probably one aspect I've worked on the hardest as a player. I want to always improve on everything in my game, but that's one area I really work on.

I think to progress in major tournaments and to be at your best, you need a big squad, and you need to rotate it.

I try never to get too high or too low. You have to keep that medium.