Mauricio Pochettino: Kane to be fit for derby

Mauricio Pochettino: Kane to be fit for derby

Mauricio Pochettino: Kane to be fit for derby

Harry Kane is expected to be fit to face Arsenal after the worldwide break, according to Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino.

Tottenham will have a hard fixture once the worldwide break is over, as they face arch-rivals Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium.

Pochettino said: "Harry is okay, he's very good".

The 24-year-old, who has scored 17 goals in 18 matches for club and country this season, returned against the Eagles having missed Tottenham's previous top-flight match at Manchester United with a hamstring injury.

"You can see in the last game he received a kick to his knee but he will be available for the next game".

Danny Rose claims that Manchester City can still be caught at the top of the Premier League table, despite opening up an eight-point gap on his Tottenham Hotspur side. "The manager has set a brilliant mentality at the club, and I think everybody should be aware that if Man City do slip up we'll be there to put some pressure on them". "I am so happy and my family and that is why I am so proud". After three and a half years we're still growing. But you can not guess what will happen in the future, but my commitment is complete here and I would like to stay here. I'm always thinking, today, tomorrow.

"Of course my commitment with the club and Daniel is complete and of course then that depends more on them than me, to be here for 20 years", Pochettino added.

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