Harry Kane wants to show he is world class for Tottenham on Champions League stage
Last Updated: 13/09/17 7:16am
Harry Kane has proved himself in the Premier League and now wants to do it on the European stage by making an impact with Tottenham in the Champions League.
Spurs host Borussia Dortmund on Wednesday as they begin their campaign in Group H, which also includes reigning champions Real Madrid and Cypriots APOEL.
Kane has hit more than 20 goals in the Premier League for three seasons in a row, winning the Golden Boot with tallies of 25 and 29 in the last two seasons.
But the England striker now has Europe's premier competition in his sights, starting against the 1997 European champions.
"I have said before I want to break into that world-class bracket. To do that you have to play well in the Champions League," Kane said.
"The Champions League is a big stage, all the best players in Europe, if not the world, are here.
"And to be the best you have to produce your best against the best. I have six group games to prove that by hopefully scoring as many goals as possible and performing well."