Harry Kane looks forward to home Leicester City debut
Harry Kane is relishing his home Leicester City debut tonight when he runs out at the King Power Stadium for the first time since joining on loan from Tottenham Hotspur.
The 19-year-old striker made his debut in the goalless draw at Blackpool on Saturday but said he is really looking forward to playing at City for the first time, against Blackburn Rovers.
Kane has scored against City in the past, for Millwall last season at the New Den, but has never played in Leicester.
He is hoping he can make an immediate impact on the home fans.
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"I have never played at Leicester," he said.
"I watched the game there last week but I am looking forward to playing there.
"If the gaffer picks me, then I will be ready and I am looking forward to it. Hopefully, I will get some goals.
"There were a few other clubs interested and I chose Leicester over them because I knew it was a great club to play for."
Kane hopes the experience of a promotion challenge with City will stand him in good stead when he returns to White Hart Lane having just signed a new four-year contract.
"I want to get experience of playing with great players and in a good league as well," he said.
"I have had experiences elsewhere, but pushing for promotion here would be another experience.
"If we can push for promotion I can take that with me, wherever I am in my career.
"I was training at Spurs but the gaffer wanted me to go and get some games."
Kane made his debut wide on the left of a front three with Chris Wood and David Nugent.
However, depending on whether Nugent shakes off a neck injury, he could partner Wood in attack tonight.
Whatever role he is asked to play by City boss Nigel Pearson, Kane said he would relish the opportunity.
"I played in off the left at Blackpool and that is a good position for me, because I can come inside and get my shots away," he added.
"But playing up top, as we did in the second half, that worked well as well. I am happy as long as I am getting on the ball and am in the game."