Kane keen for goals

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Millwall striker Harry Kane has spoken of his delight at notching his first goals for his new club, after signing on a loan deal at the start of this year.

The Walthamstow born youngster is currently on loan from fellow Londoners Tottenham Hotspur, and bagged a brace in the midweek FA Cup third-round replay with Dagenham & Redbridge.

Kane told Millwall's official website: "It was great to get on and brilliant to get a convincing win against Dagenham as well."

"I'm really enjoying it here. It's a great club and the boys really welcomed me."

The striker's move to the Championship side comes after first-team opportunities were limited at high-flying Tottenham, but the player did manage three starts in the Europa League this term.

Harry Redknapp rates him highly as one for the future, and experience in England's second-tier can only bode well for the England Under-19 international.

He did spend some time last season with another London side in Leyton Orient, and managed five goals in 18 appearances for the O's.

Kane's next opportunity to find the net comes in the weekend game away at Barnsley. Meanwhile, fellow Tottenham loanee Ryan Mason still awaits his Lions debut.

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