Since the start of the 2014/15 campaign, Harry Kane has scored more than 20 goals per season as he has continued to impress for the north London club.
The England international spent five years with Spurs’ academy after which he had loan spells at Leyton Orient, Millwall, Norwich City and Leicester City.
He struggled to impress during his loan at Norwich, and suffered a foot injury early in the spell and that saw him spend time on the sidelines.
Miloš Veljkovic moved to Werder Bremen from Tottenham after spending five years with them and during his early days with the English outfit, he played alongside the Spurs frontman for the second team.
The Serbian gave an interview to German website Spox and explains how Kane changed his lifestyle in order to become the star he is today.
“I played a lot of games with him in the second team. He was already a great player with an excellent goal instinct and a strong technique,” Veljkovic said.
“He was on loan a few times and did not succeed everywhere. But he has worked steadily on himself.
“I can remember a good conversation with him when he was on loan to Norwich. He had a broken foot and was out for a long time.
“Then he told me he would change his lifestyle in rehab. For his dream of professional football, he completely changed his diet and training. That paid off.”