Tottenham youth coach Parker lavishes praise on Kane, Winks

Tottenham youth coach Parker lavishes praise on Kane, Winks

And Morgan took the chance to send a cheeky message to Spurs star Kane, who spent a year at Arsenal's academy as a youngster.

Parker has been impressed by the England internationals' development and told Goal: "Obviously, he has unbelievable belief".

Kane has established himself as one of the World's best strikers after netting over 20 goals during each of the last three seasons.

"He works up front, he's aggressive in his all-round play and you couldn't pick anyone better worldwide". He is a very humble boy, who understands what he needs to become a professional and World Class footballer. "I'm 100 per cent convinced that is the reason (for his success)". Kane pulled out of the England squad to play friendlies against Germany and Brazil with injury last week, but Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino is confident he will be fit to face north London rivals Arsenal in the Premier League on Saturday.

The 75-year-old also said that Kane would be a fantastic recipient of the England captaincy ahead of the World Cup in Russian Federation next summer. Sometimes people say there are not many English talents, but I don't agree with that. He's a fantastic player in a very hard position. "We just need to find a way to change the rules or regulations to get these boys into the first team".