Harry Kane on Bayern Munich links & World Cup injury fears

Kane in the press conference
Kane in the press conference / Warren Little/GettyImages

Harry Kane has insisted that he is solely focused on Tottenham Hotspur after being questioned about a potential move to Bayern Munch.

90min recently reported that Tottenham Hotspur are becoming increasingly concerned by Bayern Munich's interest in Kane, with the Bavarian club stepping up their pursuit of the forward in recent weeks.

Speaking to Football.London ahead of Tottenham's UEFA Champions League clash with Eintracht Frankfurt, Kane address the rumours linking him with a move to the Bundesliga, stating: "I’m focused on Tottenham Hotspur and trying to do my best for us, for sure.

"Bayern are a top, top club but all my concentration is on Tottenham and trying to win tomorrow night."

Kane also discussed fears about potentially getting injured prior to the World Cup. The England captain was taken off at the weekend with a knock, but has recovered in time to face Frankfurt.

"I think I mentioned it on the international camp. I feel like whenever you think about injuries, whenever you think getting injured, it almost has the wrong effect. I go into every game trying to give 120% for the team and that’s just the way football is. Sometimes you can be unfortunate and pick up injuries.

"From my point of view, I do a lot of stuff not just at the club but away from the club to make sure I recover well and put myself in the best physical condition I can to not get injured, but of course we know in football anything can happen.

"It doesn't change the way I play or the way I think. It would be wrong to do that. I do into every game trying to give my best for the team and the club and try and focus on that."