But it's true that Harry Kane is our main striker and one of the best in the world, ' Pochettino said.
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.
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. Kane has proved himself to be one of the best in the Premier League but he still has a bit to prove himself on the European stage.
They should have taken the lead when Dele Alli played the ball through to Son but with just the keeper to beat, the winger smashed the ball over the bar when he should have scored.
"The players must feel they are part of us and want to share in our success".More news: Toby Keith Is Joining Trump In Saudi Arabia For A Men-Only Concert
'They are happy here as we are building an exciting project'.
"We feel so proud of Harry, to score four goals was fantastic", Pochettino said. He was out of action from Week 7 to Week 12 because of an ankle injury suffered against Millwall in the FA Cup but came back to score five goals in just four games straight after that break.
Tottenham, which plays at relegated Hull in the final day of the season on Sunday, is seven points behind newly crowned champion Chelsea.
Jamie Vardy forced Hugo Lloris into a good save after Riyad Mahrez slipped him through on goal on 10 minutes, but it was one-way traffic thereafter. The only player to score more than three hat-tricks in a single Premier League season was Alan Shearer (5) in 1995-96. "We want to win our last two games, that is important", Pochettino is quoted by BBC Sport.
But former Premier League manager Curbishley believes that the England global is "fooling" goalkeepers with the speed of his shooting, whilst delivering a glowing verdict of his talents. There is still one more game.More news: China reports progress on South China Sea code of conduct
"I felt good. Leicester made it tough for us, they came out in the second half and really put the pressure on". However, the Leicester fans certainly didn't let the scoreline put a dampener on their night out with the supporters constantly reminding Spurs of how last season had transpired.
"During the whole season we've been talking about improving and learning and this type of performance shows that the team is improving and has learned a lot from last season".
Leicester manager Craig Shakespeare said he was unsure whether the humbling defeat would affect his chances of staying in the role for next season.
Spurs opted to select Moussa Sissoko at right wing-back, against Leicester and ended the game 6-1 winners.More news: Losing To Arsenal Changed Everything - Antonio Conte
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