Tottenham Hotspur's Harry Kane wants 100 goals by end of next season

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Pochettino said: "It's awesome, unbelievable, fantastic and a big achievement for him".

He is on the brink of defending his Premier League Golden Boot, though, after scoring four in Thursday's 6-1 win at Leicester.

The England worldwide hit seven goals in two games to run away with the Golden Boot, scoring four more goals than Romelu Lukaku, finishing on 29.

Spurs' goals summed them up at their flowing best with Dele Alli, Victor Wanyama, Ben Davies and Toby Alderweireld all joining Kane on the scoresheet to subject City to their heaviest Premier League defeat.

"I wouldn't be able to say yes or no but hopefully I can stay fit for the majority of next season and we can go and get that league title".

“I wanted to get one or two goals at least and take it to the final game, ” Kane told Sky Sports.

It is also worth noting that he was nearly a guarantee to win the award again this time around after surpassing his scoring total from a season ago.

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"We feel so proud of Harry, to score four goals was fantastic", Pochettino said.

Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane has won this season's Premier League Golden Boot award after scoring 29 goals.

'We are closer than last season and our dream is to win the Premier League - why not?' said the 45-year-old.

That strike comes after he scored against Arsenal in Stoke's penultimate match of the season, which they ended up losing 4-1.

"To score four and to play how we did...the team was incredible".

"As a striker, you go into every season hoping to win that [Golden Boot] and obviously winning it past year, I was determined to be consistent and try and retain it".

Hull's impressive home league record under Silva, who replaced Mike Phelan in January, came undone as they buckled under pressure to lose three of their last five league matches to confirm their relegation to the Championship. "Now is a moment to take to decisions, to try to improve and try to provide the team with all the tools to try to win, that's the challenge for us".