Harry Kane provided another update of his rehabilitation on Friday following surgery to repair a ruptured hamstring tendon.
The England captain, fighting to get fit for Euro 2020, has flown to the Bahamas this week for a stint of warm-weather training.
Kane posted a video update of some rope work, with the text: ‘Making gains. Every day.’
Making gains. Every day. 💪
Spurs have previously stated they expect the striker to return to training some time in April, though medical experts have said an injury like that could keep Kane out for six months.
Jose Mourinho sparked fears earlier this week by saying that Kane will only have two Tottenham games to regain full match fitness before the Euros.
The Spurs boss has earmarked Tottenham’s final two matches of the season for Kane to make his return from his hamstring injury = which will give him just over a month to prepare for Euro 2020.
Mourinho believes Spurs’ Premier League fixtures against Leicester on May 9 and Crystal Palace on May 17 are realistic targets for Kane, especially if his side have something significant to play for, such as qualifying for the Champions League.
Asked when Kane will be able to play again Mourinho, after a lengthy pause for thought, replied: ‘I think these matches (Leicester and Palace). Maybe we need them for something.
‘To be fourth, to be fifth, to be sixth. Maybe we need them for something and he can help us. I hope.
‘Everything is OK. He’s having his treatment. There’s no pressure, he keeps going, no setback. With Hugo Lloris we were speaking about February and he came back in January. It’s better not to put any kind of expectations, any kind of pressure. Let it go and let’s see.’