Wolves forward Fabio Silva says he likes to watch Tottenham striker Harry Kane
Wolverhampton Wanderers forward Fabio Silva has admitted that he enjoys watching Tottenham’s Harry Kane play to try pick up tips from his game.
Silva, who joined Wolves for £35million (Sky Sports) last summer, has a lot of pressure on such young shoulders.
However, the 18-year-old Portuguese attacker is showing signs of improvement as he adapts to the Premier League, and he’s scored four goals now in all competitions this season.
Kane, 27, is one of the very best strikers in world football that surely a lot of youngsters look at.
The England captain has been in sensational form this season even by his high standard, scoring 31 goals and setting up 16 assists across all competitions so far.
“At the moment the striker I look at most is Harry Kane. When I played at Porto the guy I watched more was (Sergio) Aguero but now at this moment the guy I watch is Kane,” Silva said.
“Sometimes Kane doesn’t score but I look at the game and he has helped the team. He does things right, defensively, offensively, stretches the defence.”
If Silva is looking for the perfect role model in the Premier League, he’s picked the perfect one with the Spurs frontman.
The Wolves teenager has been thrown in at the deep end somewhat due to Raul Jimenez’s injury, but it’s clear that he’s got massive potential and his work-rate is admirable.
Meanwhile, the debate will continue with supporters about whether Kane should leave Spurs this summer.
It’s remarkable that the prolific goalscorer is yet to win a piece of silverware during his time at the north London club, especially as he’s been apart of some great teams.