Kane has scored 29 goals in all competitions for Spurs this season and is currently the Premier League‘s top goalscorer with 19. He has certainly earned his chance to impress with the England team and Chadli thinks he can carry his form over with ease.
“He’s a very quiet and nice guy – a good guy for the group, and I think he would be very easily accepted by the other [England] players,” the winger said speaking ahead of Belgium’s European Qualifier against Cyprus on Saturday.
“He’s a great player and I think the others will understand that. He definitely has what it takes to be an international star. He has the quality and the mentality to play at this level. He’s a very good player and is very talented.”
Chadli has eight league goals himself for Spurs this season and has been much more effective than he was in his first year with the club.
He has built up a good partnership with Kane over the course of the campaign and the two will hope they can help Spurs force their way into the top four when they return from international duty.
Tottenham are currently six points behind fourth-placed Manchester United with eight games to play and take on Burnley at Turf Moor in their next league game.
Does Harry Kane have what it takes to shine for England as he has done for Spurs this season?