Harry Kane believes this season's title race will be a good 'learning curve' for Tottenham next season

The striker feels that by coming so close to the Premier League title it will only benefit the team for next season when they go again to try and win the league

Harry Kane believes this season's title race will be a good 'learning curve' for Tottenham next season
Harry Kane believes this season will be a learning curve for the whole team as they go again next season (Picture source: Getty Images)

Harry Kane believes that the experience of chasing for the Premier League title up until the last few games of the season will be a huge learning curve for the whole team.

Kane believes Spurs will only get better next season

Until the beginning of May, Tottenham Hotspur were right in the mix with Leicester City for the title but fell away at the last hurdle. Kane though says that at the start of the season Champions League was the aim so to be challenging for the title will only help the team get better for next season.

Kane said "the aim at the start of the season was the Champions League" something that the team managed to achieve which was good. Kane says that if you ask "any fan or player, they'd have said the same" as the Champions League is where every team wants to be.

Kane says that everyone gave everything to try and win the league

The striker continued to say "being in the title race so long makes it difficult" as it would have meant a huge lot to Spurs but it wasn't to be this season. The main thing though was that Kane says that the whole team "gave it everything" until the end but in the end the team had to settle for third place. 

Spurs will be disappointed about not managing to finish above their great rivals Arsenal this season after it looked for so long they were going to do it. Kane admits that it was a real shame that they couldn't finish second but he said he'd rather the team give it a go to try and win the title rather than sit back and not give it a go.

Kane acknowledges that the team "fell over the last few weeks" but for him he would rather the team "gave it a go and fall" as then the team would have had a better chance of winning the title. 

Kane says this season will be a huge learning curve for the whole team

The striker continued to say that it was "disappointing we didn't finish off strong" but for next season it is a "learning curve" and he hopes that the team "will be there next season to go again."

Kane had a brilliant season for Spurs scoring 25 goals in the league which meant he won the golden boot which meant a lot to him. Kane will now be hoping to take his good form into the Euros for England and try and help them get as far as they can in the competition.

Harry Kane holds aloft his golden boot award | Photo: Getty
Harry Kane holds aloft his golden boot award | Photo: Getty