Harry Kane admits he’s disappointed to see September go after a scintillating month of form for club and country.
The 24-year-old was once again Tottenham’s star man at the weekend, scoring twice in his side’s 4-0 win over Huddersfield Town on Saturday afternoon, with this latest brace taking his recent tally to 13 goals in eight games for club and country this month.
Having failed to score in the entirety of August once again, Kane has now scored multiple goals against Everton, Borussia Dortmund, West Ham, Apoel Nicosia and now Huddersfield and the striker was quick to thank his teammates for their part in his scoring streak.
"It's a pleasure to play in this team," Kane said.
"I'm there to put most of the chances away, but when you've got Dele (Alli) and Christian (Eriksen), and you've got Ben (Davies) and Tripps (Kieran Trippier) out in the wide areas and the guys backing it up from the back - it all helps.
"We've got a great unit at the minute. We've got a great squad.
"It's been a good month. September's been one of those months when everything's gone my way. I'm sad to see it end really."
Kane will now link up with the England squad this week, with the target being to improve on his record of 10 goals in 21 caps during the double header of fixtures with Slovenia and Lithuania.
After winning back-to-back Golden Boot’s prior to this season, Kane’s hunger for goals was certainly revealed as he added: "I just feel confident. Every chance I get in and around the box I feel like I'm going to score, or definitely work the keeper.
"I'm a little disappointed not to go on and get another hat-trick, but it was a great result."
Mauricio Pochettino also praised the forward, saying: "It's difficult speaking about Kane every three days. He is in an amazing moment, he is scoring goals and his energy is fantastic.
"How he presses and works without the ball is fantastic. My only wish is that he keeps going in the same way and helps the team win games."