Tottenham Hotspur supervisor Antonio Conte has insisted Harry Kane will probably be in the best state of mind when the England striker returns to Premier League motion following his FIFA World Cup 2022 heartbreak.
Kane’s penalty miss late on towards Spurs teammate Hugo Lloris was a key second in England’s 1-2 quarterfinal loss to France.
Nonetheless, Conte anticipated his star participant to place that disappointment behind him and deal with membership responsibility, beginning with Monday’s conflict at London rivals Brentford.
“No, actually (I’m not nervous) as a result of we’re speaking a couple of world-class striker,” Conte advised reporters on Friday.
“In soccer, you possibly can have thrilling moments and you too can have a second the place you’re a bit disillusioned since you missed a second penalty. The primary he scored. I’m not nervous about him. I noticed him very effectively in these two days with us,” added Conte.
Tottenham is at present fourth within the desk however eight factors behind chief Arsenal, having performed a recreation greater than its bitter north London rival.
Conte’s contract is about to run out after the tip of the season, though Spurs do have the choice to increase it by 12 months.
“I feel I would really like additionally sooner or later to not talk about this matter within the press convention as a result of I feel it’s far more essential the sport we’re going to play,” Conte stated.
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“On this case, Brentford however what I can inform you is I’m actually completely satisfied within the membership, to work right here and I’ve a very good relationship with the membership.
“We speak daily and attempt to discover in each scenario the very best answer however I feel we have now six months to remain collectively, to benefit from the scenario after which we discover, I repeat, the very best answer. However I’m actually completely satisfied right here.”
Spurs will probably be with out Argentina’s World Cup-winning defender Cristian Romero at Brentford, with Lloris solely named on the bench if he’s concerned in any respect.