Tottenham's superstar says he'll be back for the club's first Champions League final.
Tottenham have been handed a major injury boost for next week's Champions League final against Liverpool in Madrid, as captain Harry Kane has declared himself fit to play.
The England striker hasn't featured since the first leg of his side's quarterfinal with Manchester City, in which he picked up a ligament injury that was expected to keep him out for the season, with the final looking like his only realistic return date before the summer break.
It was far from guaranteed that Spurs would get there, but they were able to fight their way past City and Ajax, both in spectacularly dramatic fashion. Now, it looks as if he will indeed be back in time to aid Mauricio Pochettino in their bid for a first ever Champions League title.
Given that the north London side are the clear underdogs, coming up short against a Liverpool side that beat them twice in the league on their way to collecting a club record 97 points, having their captain back in the picture carries immeasurable significance.
Despite his injury issues, Kane has netted 24 goals in 39 appearances this season, and as such carries Spurs' best chance of breaching the Reds' formidable back line.