This season was probably the hardest year ever to finish in the top four and they did it comfortably.
Kane is odds on to finish as the Premier League's top scorer for the second successive season thanks to his lethal display at the King Power Stadium on Thursday.
Plenty of Tottenham Hotspur fans have faith that Vincent Janssen will find goalscoring form next season. "They are happy here, we have an exciting project". Spurs will look to improve on their record point tally and set the bar high for next season.
Spurs have a few long term absentees in Erik Lamela, Danny Rose and Harry Winks.
"We were talking about last season when we finished so bad". His goals are down, his assists are down, and his overall play hasn't consistently reached the levels it did last season.
Leicester are playing to push up the table. He still registers more completed dribbles per 90 minutes than any other Leicester player with at least 1000 minutes played and is second on the team in key passes per 90 minutes.
Tottenham have been keen to prove to everyone that they can handle the games at the end of the season following last year's collapse.
Tottenham Hotspur star Harry Kane has insisted that he and his teammates will not mirror West Ham United when they move stadium for next season. Leicester's defense has hardly been the toughest to penetrate this season, a problem that is made worse with all the injuries.
Kane tops the Golden Boot charts with 26 goals, two ahead of Everton's Romelu Lukaku with Arsenal's Chilean marksman Alexis Sanchez third, a further goal adrift. The former Sheffield United starlet is believed to have fallen out with Pochettino, who has dropped him in favour of Kieran Trippier in recent matches, and Jenas thinks he may look to leave Tottenham in the summer in order to earn a wage he believes he is worth.
"I am more anxious about the mentality of the players being affected if they are not being paid what they deserve, and deciding they want to move on". If they can overcome that, they should come out victorious.