- Harry Kane finally returns to Tottenham training for the first time since January
- The forward suffered a hamstring injury while in action for the north Londoners
- The captain was seen arriving at the Spurs training ground after the lockdown was lifted in the UK
Harry Kane hands Tottenham Hotspur an injury boost following his return to first-team training on Tuesday with Premier League clubs gradually reopening for business.
All football actions in England had been suspended owing to the outbreak of coronavirus pandemic all around the world.
However, with nine matches left to play in the 2019-20 season, the UK government has begun to ease out of the Covid-19 lockdown, while granting clubs permission to train.
Kane's return will excite Jose Mourinho after his attackers struggled for fitness before the suspension of the league.
Meanwhile, they are not the first to test the training ground as north London rivals Arsenal, West Ham and Brighton have also had a feel of the turf.
The publication stated that despite their return to training, the social distancing rule must be greatly adhered to in a bid to reduce the spread of the infection.
Kane was among Spurs players spotted arriving the Enfield Training Centre as they continue to gear up for the remainder of the season.
The behaviour that led to the club reminding the players of their responsibilities during the unseen enemy facing the world.
While announcing their return to training on Monday, the club reiterated their desire to follow social distancing rules.
"The club shall be making a limited number of pitches available at our training centre for members of our first-team squad to use for individual running sessions on a strict rotational basis," Spurs noted in the statement read.
"No more than one player per pitch will be permitted at any one time to undertake on-pitch exercise, with only a restricted number of the squad coming to the training centre each day.
"Each player will travel independently and arrive at the facilities already dressed in training wear before returning home immediately after they have concluded their session.
"All activity will be conducted in line with government guidelines with social distancing maintained at all times and there will be no access permitted to any building on site."
Jose Mourinho's men are currently eighth on the table with 41 points when play was suspended last month and they will need to do more if they must play Champions League next campaign.
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