With an ankle injury, Harry Kane hopes to be able to queue for Tottenham against Liverpool.
Kane hopes to be prepared for the Champions League final alongside Liverpool after his “incredible” win against Ajax.
Kane witnessed Lucas Moura’s hat-trick in two halves, which earned the Spurs a remarkable 3-2 win on Wednesday in the first-leg semi-final.
Tottenham faced an exit after Matthijs de Ligt and Hakim Ziyech scored Ajax 2-0 in Amsterdam and 3-0 in total, allowing Lucas’s heroes Spurs to get their first final of the Champions League.
Kane has been out for the past month because of an ankle injury, but the striker hopes he will be available for the June 1 decision in Madrid. Final is near, so don’t forget to get your tickets for Champions League final.
“Let’s hope the rehabilitation goes well,” he told when asked if he would be able to play.
“I started the race in a straight line last week, which is why I agreed to run in a straight line today [during the celebrations] I did not want to take shortcuts.
“There are still a few weeks left.”
Kane praised the character shown by Mauricio Pochettino’s team, who won with Lucas’s attack in the 96th minute.
“It’s unbelievable, the first half was disappointing, we let them play and they scored two goals,” he said.
“At half-time, we just said it was 45 minutes, give it all, we do not have to worry about being tired.
“When Lucas scored both, you think we’ll score but when Jan [Vertonghen] hit the crossbar, you think that’s it, then Lucas scored with a very good result at the end voiceless.
“I’m a fan, I want to win, and as a player, I watch the game thinking about what I would do if I were there.
“The guys dug deep, showed character, heart and passion and that’s all we can ask for.”