Manchester City latest boy Erling Haaland has already been fired a challenge by Tottenham forward Harry Kane.
The England captain believes he’ll only improve to remain ahead of the renewed competition for the Premier League golden boot, with Haaland’s arrival expected to be followed by Liverpool’s move for Darwin Nunez.
Asked if the arrival of each players gives him stronger competition for the golden boot, Kane said: “The battle for the Golden Boot is all the time tough, the Premier League has produced some top strikers world wide for a variety of years now. Every season I’ve been playing it’s all the time been a tricky battle.
The England captain, who was six goals in need of Mohamed Salah and Son Heung-min last season, added: “You expect the highest strikers to need to play within the Premier League and with those two latest signings it’s going to be the case.
“It helps me as a player to have good competition, it drives me to enhance and recover so, needless to say, I’m looking forward to the challenge.”