Tottenham’s Harry Kane is constantly a man in the spotlight and some have criticised him for his form at the beginning of the season.
The Spurs centre-forward has been nowhere near his sparkling best, but having said that has a return of six goals from his 10 appearances in all competitions.
He’s set himself such a high standard that the expectancy is always on him to deliver and he could be about to cash in on upcoming fixtures.
Spurs face West Ham in both the Premier League and Carabao Cup after the internatonal break in the space of two weeks, which is excellent news for Kane.
The England captain has scored seven goals in just nine appearances against the Hammers in his career.
Leicester City (13) and Stoke City (nine) are the only teams the 25-year-old has scored more against, which is why he should go into the West Ham fixtures with a great mentality.
Kane is a natural goalscorer that may have seen his overall form and impact on games vary in recent months, but ultimately he will continue to get in the right areas to score.
He was denied a goal for England against Croatia by both the crossbar and offside trap on Friday night, but still has a game against Spain on Monday ahead of him.