Pochettino expects 'complicated' transfer window for Spurs

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Mauricio Pochettino says he will celebrate Tottenham's Champions League qualification but admits the fans "deserve a trophy" after a decade-long drought.

Leicester City, on the other hand, have been mightily impressive under Claude Puel and the Foxes will look to register two back to back victories against North London opponents, following their 3:1 riot over Arsenal in midweek.

'Will probably be robust however it's about attending to that 30-goal mark for me. We're delighted to finish it off and take the pressure off for the weekend.

Leicester gave themselves a glimmer of hope after left-back Ben Chilwell pulled a goal back for the hosts, but two goals either side of half-time from South Korean forward Son Heung-min practically killed off the tie. "That's tough", Kane added.

At Euro 2016 for England Harry Kane had 10 photographs, 4 photographs on course - and zero targets.

"Against Newcastle on Wednesday".

Kane will need to score a hat-trick to equal Salah's tally and hope the Egypt global extends his goal drought to four games in all competitions.

A scoring finish would be the ideal preparation for England's World Cup task in Russian Federation, where they face Belgium, Panama and opening opponents Tunisia on June 18.

Maguire's performances this season mean that he has all but secured a place on the plane to Russian Federation for England, and he will provide a stern test for Spurs' attack. Pochettino may see this as the ideal opportunity to provide young Kyle Walker-Peters some game time. He is also likely to start wantaway defender Toby Alderweireld in what could be the Belgian's last game for the club.

Although Spurs finished second in the Premier League last term, Kane thinks that managing to claim a spot in the top four makes this season a more successful one, predominantly because they have had to contend with leaving White Hart Lane and playing "away from home" all year.

However, he'll be up against the highly impressive Harry Maguire of Leicester City.

Despite this tie's appearance, there is still something to play for and that's Harry Kane's Golden Boot effort.

"But in the end, there are a number of players who can help you improve".