Tottenham Hotspur manager, Jose Mourinho, has said captain Harry Kane could be fit for their last two fixtures in the Premier League this season.
Kane underwent an operation to repair a ruptured tendon in his left hamstring in January.
The club announced he would be back to training in April.
Mourinho, speaking to the media on Tuesday, was quizzed on whether the striker will feature again this campaign.
“Last [home] match against Leicester. Maybe we need that match for something. To be fourth, to be fifth, to be sixth. Maybe he can help us in this last match I hope.
“Everything is ok. He’s having his treatment. No pressure, he keeps going. No setback. It’s better not to put any kind of expectation, any kind of pressure. Let’s see,” he replied.
Spurs play Leicester City on May 9 and Crystal Palace May 17.
“I think [Kane can play in] these two matches,” Mourinho added.