Tottenham Hotspur hotshot Harry Kane is seeking advice from England captain Wayne Rooney in a bid to end his goal drought, reports the Evening Standard.
The 31-goal star of last season is yet to find the back of the net for Spurs thus far, and is looking to Rooney for help while on international duty.
The 22-year old believes the Manchester United star ‘who has done it year in year out, played for club and country and done it so well’ can ‘only help me as a centre forward.’
Rooney himself recently ended a 10-game long goal drought with a stunning hat-trick in United’s Champions League qualifier against Club Brugge, and the Spurs star is relishing the chance to ‘pick his brain.’
Kane, who had been linked with a move to Old Trafford, has appeared in all four of his side’s Premier League clashes so far without scoring.
‘As a striker you are always going to go through spells’, said the star, ‘everything you touch turns to gold and other times it doesn’t go your way.’
Both Rooney and Kane are in line to face San Marino ahead of England’s Euro 2016 qualifier, with the Man United captain needing two goals to break Sir Bobby Charlton’s goalscoring record for the Three Lions.