Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane says he is determined to keep scoring goals during his side’s Premier League match against Watford on Monday.
Kane scored twice during the Lilywhites’ comfortable 3-0 win over Norwich City on Boxing Day and subsequently broke Teddy Sheringham’s Tottenham record of 26 goals in a calendar year.
With Kane currently sitting on 27 goals this calendar year, the 22-year-old wants to extend his run in the last game of 2015 on Monday.
"I've got to keep going, try to take it one game at a time," Kane told the club’s official website. "I don't think about the records or anything like that. It's been a great year and there is still one game left, an important game at Watford on Monday. Hopefully, then 2016 will be even better."
Tottenham currently sit in fourth place on the Premier League standings, but Kane acknowledged that his side will have to keep winning if they want to stave off pressure from a number of other teams and keep ascending up the table.
Watford are in seventh place on the standings, but Kane admitted that it would be a grave mistake to underestimate the Hornets.
"It will be tough. Watford have been great and got another good result at Chelsea," he said. "They've picked up some good results in recent weeks and they are very good at home. It will be tough, but we're looking forward to it.
"We're full of confidence and we'll go there and try to get the three points."