• Tottenham striker aims to beat Salah’s 32-goal mark
• Kane delighted to have scored 30 goals in league for first time
Harry Kane has said the emergence of Mohamed Salah at Liverpool has driven him to new heights. The Tottenham Hotspur striker finished the season with a career-best 30 Premier League goals, although it was not enough for him to win the Golden Boot for a third year in succession.
Salah took the award with 32 goals, a record for a 38-game season. Alan Shearer, Cristiano Ronaldo and Luis Suarez have each scored 31 times in a 38-game campaign.