Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane has admitted that he hasn't been at his best since the start of the season.
Kane had requested to leave Spurs in the summer with Manchester City said to have made a bid for the player but his club wouldn't hear any of it as they rebuffed City's off for their star man who refused to turn in for preseason training.
Kane who captained England to their 1-1 draw on Tuesday night struggled in the game and is yet to score in six Premier League appearances said after the game that he remains 'confident in his ability.' despite the slow start to the season.
"It’s natural that people think like that, people are entitled to their opinion. At the end of the day, I’m my own biggest critic and put pressure on me to perform. Everyone who knows me knows I’m confident whenever I’m playing.
"I’m as clear as anything, a lot of noise around me, when you’re a high-level sportsman you could expect that. Performances for club and country maybe haven’t been there last few weeks but I’m confident in my ability – sometimes that’s just the way it goes," he said to ITV via the Daily Mail.
His sentiments came after ex-Arsenal striker Ian Wright said that the 28-year-old did not look sharp in the Hungary game.