Tottenham Hotspur star Harry Kane is urging his teammates to push for the title instead of just aiming for a top four spot.
The 22-year-old striker netted a brace in the recent 3-0 win over Norwich City as they move into third on the Premier League table, five points away from leaders Leicester City.
Spurs are edging closer to their first league title since 1961 as Kane admitted that everyone should be looking forward instead of worrying about the teams behind them.
“It is just one game at a time but we can beat anyone,” he told London Evening Standard.
“That’s our mentality, that’s what the manager has given us and that’s what we have to take into the rest of the season.
“We’re not really looking behind us. We’re looking forward. That’s what’s been different from other seasons, when we were maybe trying to hang on to fourth or hang on to fifth. Now we’re third and we’re trying to get as far up the league as we can. We’re not worried about the teams behind us.”
He also added that the team is not afraid of anyone given their recent run of form, winning five consecutive matches in all competitions.
Tottenham will face Watford this weekend before traveling to the Etihad to face second place Manchester City in a match that could eventually decide their fate.
Kane has already featured 33 times in all competitions for his side this term, so far scoring 18 goals as he looks to overtake last season’s tally of 31.