Pochettino welcomes Tottenham's tough transfer talk amid Kane and Rose rumours

Tottenham vs. Everton: tale of the Premier League tape

Tottenham vs. Everton: tale of the Premier League tape

Harry Kane expressed pride at becoming Tottenham's record Premier League goalscorer, but insisted it was a case of "on to the next one" after their 4-0 win over Everton.

Kane made it three on 60 minutes with a finish he glanced in from an Eric Dier cross- a messy goal, but the one that took him past Sheringham.

The next season brought 25 goals, at Kane's worst rate of 0.67 goals per 90 minutes with 0.62 coming from inside the box.

Son delivered an exquisite turn to lose Everton full-back Jonjoe Kenny before driving towards the visitors' goal and putting it on a plate for Kane to tap home.

Kane admitted he was proud of the award as he gets set to return to league action in Spurs' home clash with Everton this weekend.

Unfortunately for Cenk Tosun, his first taste of English football will be remembered for all the wrong reasons from Everton's perspective.

It was no more than Spurs deserved, but for the Toffees, following a strong start under Allardyce, they failed to register a single shot on target, and are now six matches without a win and once more looking over their shoulders.

The Englishman overtook Teddy Sheringham, who has 97 goals, on the way to scoring his 20th league goal of the season, for the fourth year in a row. Tottenham were relieved to see the flag go up as Rooney's header flew into the roof of the net and that scare woke them up.

Spurs are just three points off the Champions League spots and will take confidence from their impressive 3-0 victory over Everton at Goodison Park earlier in the season.

Kane now has 98 league goals for the club after hitting his 19th and 20th of the current campaign and Pochettino was full of praise for the England worldwide.

"He can do everything because of his mentality and how he is as a professional".

According to the Daily Mail, there are 34 Premier League players who are earning more than the 24-year-old, including West Ham's Javier Hernandez (£115,000 per week), Crystal Palace's Christian Benteke (£120,000 per week) and Liverpool's Daniel Sturridge (£150,000). He's always trying to improve, improve, improve, and score goals for the team.

"It was a shock second-half performance".

Sam Allardyce: "Maybe I have a bit of responsibility by playing too much attacking-minded players and not as many defending-minded players".

And of course, let's not forget he matched his own record on Saturday, scoring in five successive home Premier League games and will be hoping to surpass this against Manchester United in a few weeks' time (January 31). Allardyce felt Kane's opening goal could also have been ruled out.

"Unfortunately, there will be so many of them to show it will be hard watching for all the players".