Harry Kane set to make Tottenham return against Watford

Tottenham Hotspur's English striker Harry Kane celebrates after scoring their third goal from the penalty spot during the English Premier League football match between Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham United at White Hart Lane in London, on November 19, 2016.

Before suffering his ankle injury against Millwall in the FA Cup, a similar injury to the one that sidelined him for seven weeks earlier in the season, Kane was in a rich vein of form, having scored 14 goals since the turn of the year.

'And we'll see tomorrow whether he will start the game or be on the bench.

Despite him being free to talk to other clubs, the player has refrained from doing so as he awaits his current club's renewal before making his mind up.

If Vorm and Lloris... "But he's a special player, he tries to push himself a lot", the 45-year-old added.

Asked if he Kane would have to fight for his place again, Pochettino said: "The question is insane".

Who will come out on top in the battle of the managers Mauricio Pochettino or Walter Mazzarri?

"We are in a position that we need to do our job, winning games and put pressure (on)".

But once again Spurs proved they do not need to rely on Kane's goals as Son struck either side of half-time to wrap up a convincing 4-0 win after quality finishes from Dele Alli and Eric Dier had set them on their way.

'If Hugo or Michel are not ready he's a keeper that can cope with the pressure of playing'.

- Watford have enjoyed just one win in their last 11 away league games (D2 L8).

'When you are seven points above the second team of the table, it is normal for them to win the league, ' Pochettino said. "The "mind game" is to provide my team with belief and character, which we showed at Swansea [in a 3-1 victory]".

The Spanish youngster joined Tottenham on a season-long loan deal from La Liga side Espanyol, where he was a first-team regular last season, impressing in matches against both Real Madrid and Barcelona.

"We are in a different project [from Chelsea], we are a different club".

  • Joanne Flowers