Initially a back-up to £26 million Spanish import Roberto Soldado, Tottenham striker Harry Kane became Spurs starting forward under manager Mauricio Pochettino. A natural goalscorer with the ability to run in behind and come short, Kane has progressively developed into one of the most deadly finishers in the Premier League. One of a rare breed - an old fashioned traditional centre-forward - Kane's movement has been likened to that of Teddy Sheringham with the power and accuracy of his shots compared to that of all-time Premier League top-scorer, Alan Shearer. A constant of Roy Hodgson's England side, Kane looks set to be the striker in a spine of Tottenham players, alongside Eric Dier and Dele Alli. Euro 2016 may just be the tournament where Kane and his Spurs cohorts announce themselves on the international stage.