Tottenham’s Harry Kane using Manchester United as inspiration

Tottenham talisman Harry Kane has admitted that his current side are taking the famous 1992 Manchester United team as inspiration this season.

A golden generation of young British players came through the ranks at Old Trafford to spark the start of long period of domestic dominance, with stars such as David Beckham, Paul Scholes and Ryan Giggs included.

Spurs have a strong core of young homegrown players in their ranks currently, with Mauricio Pochettino’s men fighting for the Premier League title and are currently in second place.

Kane is the poster boy for the new generation at White Hart Lane and has led from the front for the North London side this season.

The England international centre forward has stated that his Tottenham outfit are looking to replicate the feats of the Class of 92 and win the Premier League this season.

“It shows that it can be done,” The Mirror quote the striker as saying.

“They were a great team so, again, with our squad and how young it is and obviously going into the new stadium in a few years, the future is bright so it’s just about trying to keep everyone together and to keep moving forward and the future is ours for the taking.”

Tottenham are also in the running for the FA Cup and the Europa League, in what has been an excellent campaign for the club so far.