Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane has insisted that his prolific 2014/15 campaign was not down to luck and he is confident that he will soon be scoring goals on a regular basis again.
Kane, who was the second-highest scorer in the Premier League last season with 21 goals, has yet to score in the current campaign, but believes that his minor drought will come to an end sooner rather than later.
"I know I am more than that (a one-season player),'' Kane told reporters. "I don't think last year was lucky. I worked very hard to get where I was and I know I have got to keep working hard to progress but I am very self-confident.
"My start to the season has been okay. It could have been better. I would like to have scored by now, but football doesn't always work like that."
Following his standout performance last season, the striker was linked with a move to Manchester United. However, Kane has rubbished those reports and made it clear that he is committed to Tottenham and has no plans to leave White Hart Lane any time soon.
"I am a Tottenham boy. I have grown up with the club," Kane said. "I know the club and I love the club. I am happy. We have a great manager and staff at Spurs and I can see us pushing on. I am excited for the future. Everything just seems to be going in the right direction."