HARRY KANE has revealed he has overcome his injury nightmares with the help of a new fitness guru.
The Tottenham striker, who had been dogged with ankle and hamstring injuries, has suffered barely any problems since he started working with a Spanish expert in 2020.
In fact, since rupturing a tendon in his left hamstring against Southampton on January 1 2020, Kane has missed just five games in total.
The England captain, who refused to name the fitness guru, said: “I did my hamstring against Southampton away on New Year’s Day and since then I’ve actually found this new physio and we’ve been working together since, for nearly three years now.
“He’s been really great for me. We’ve worked for hours and hours over the three years, built up a really good relationship and I feel like he’s really helped me get my body right.
“I’ve seen changes in my body in terms of what my ankles were like before and now after. I’m in a totally different place.
“So it’s really pleasing, I’ve kept that under the radar. Not now! It’s the first time you guys have asked me about it, to be fair.
“I was at a period in my career where I was struggling to play consistently throughout a season.
“Especially when you come up to major tournaments, it’s great to know your body is in a good place.
“Of course, you can get injured at any moment, whether it’s a tackle or a bad movement but I think when you’re free in your mind and you’ve been playing consistently for a while, it definitely helps with your mindset going into the seasons and major tournaments.”
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Asked about his identity, Kane said: “I’ll keep his name quiet. He’s Spanish. I’ll use him maybe one week of the month.
“He doesn’t live in the UK so he comes over one week a month and stays with me.”
Kane has lived in a mesmerising £17million London mansion since 2018.
The house comes equipped with seven bedrooms, a state-of-the-art gym and an epic man cave.