Tottenham’s academy prospect Jubril Okedina has made the big claim that senior Spurs star Harry Kane is the world’s best striker.
Okedina, 19, is right-back for the Spurs’ Under-23s side and will hope to make the jump up to the first-team like so many previous young players.
He has described Kane as the best centre-forward in the business when asked about him on his official Instagram account.
Kane has been sidelined with a hamstring injury since New Year’s Day, but has once again this season been consistent in front of goal with 17 goals in just 25 appearances.
The 26-year-old has been a phenomenal goalscorer over the years for Spurs, plus he’s the captain of Gareth Southgate’s England side too.
He has to be in the conversation for the world’s elite striker, but the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Robert Lewandowski, Sergio Aguero and Kylian Mbappe have a strong case too.
Kane has definitely catapulted himself to one of the best strikers around during recent seasons and 181 goals in 278 Spurs appearances already makes him a club legend at his age.
But the one grey cloud hanging over him is the fact that he’s never won a piece of silverware in his career and many feel the great players need the trophies to show their success.
The forward is a world-class individual in the Spurs squad right now and manager Jose Mourinho needs to build his new-look team around him.