#10. Harry Kane – Tottenham
Before the arrival of Mauricio Pochettino at Tottenham in 2014, few would have predicted the rise of English striker Harry Kane. While Kane had returned on loan from Leicester the previous season, the striker managed only 10 starts in the Premier League. Moreover, with just 3 goals under his belt, many would have tipped Kane to try his luck in the Championship.
However, with the advent of Mauricio Pochettino and his grueling training routines, everything changed for the English striker. During his first season at the helm, Mauricio managed to extract 21 goals in just 35 appearances out of Kane.
While few would have noticed this fact, it is the hard work which Kane puts in matches which has elevated him above his team-mates. Every time there is a ball in the final third, Kane looks ready to accept and run with it. Hence, with 25 goals in the 2015/16 season in the Premier League, Kane epitomizes what hard work could do for you.