Tottenham forward Harry Kane has said that Arsenal’s stance to release the young striker was one of the best things that could have happened to his football career.
The England forward has become one of the most prolific strikers in Europe at the club in recent campaigns and he has continued his brilliant form this season.
The striker has netted 35 goals across all competitions for side and National team so far this term and has cemented himself as one of the most deadly strikers in Europe.
He was released by Gunners academy when he was only eight years and he has since become one of the best strikers around at their City rivals Tottenham.
The forward will be hoping to score when his side host local rivals Arsenal in their crucial Premier League encounter at Wembley Stadium on Saturday.
The Emirates giants head into the match on the back of their 5-1 victory over Merseyside club Everton last weekend, while Spurs draw 2-2 with another Merseyside outfit Liverpool at Anfield.
A victory for the Gunners would move Wenger’s men to within only a point of Tottenham as the race for UEFA Champions League qualification hots up.