Tottenham's Harry Kane: We'll fight to the end for Premier League title

LONDON -- Harry Kane urged Tottenham Hotspur to "keep fighting" for the Premier League title after Monday's 1-1 draw with West Bromwich Albion -- but admits it's unlikely Leicester City will slip up.

West Bromwich Albion defender Craig Dawson scored at both ends as Spurs' squandered a half-time lead to leave Leicester seven points clear at the top of the table with three games to play.

Victory at Manchester United on Saturday would seal an extraordinary Premier League title for the Foxes, who have topped the table since October.

Spurs travel to Chelsea next Monday before facing Southampton and Newcastle, while Leicester play Everton and Chelsea after their trip to Old Trafford.

"It's been a fantastic season so far so we can't get too down," Kane told reporters at White Hart Lane on Monday.

"Obviously, it's a gutted feeling. We wanted to win the game but there's still three games left. We can't just fold. We've got to keep fighting until the very end."

"If they [Leicester] lose the next game, you just never know with the pressure. Obviously not winning today makes it a lot harder but it's not in our hands, it's in Leicester hands. If they go and win, they win. But we've just got to win our remaining three games.

"It's not impossible but it looks unlikely given the way this season's gone so far. We can't control them. We haven't been able to control them for the last few weeks. They've been doing a job, as have we, and it's just a shame we didn't get the three points today."

Spurs dominated the opening period against the Baggies and hit the woodwork three times in total, but they failed to record a shot on target after the 20th-minute as Tony Pulis' determined side rallied to ensure Spurs have failed to beat them in five out of the last six matches in London.

It was Tottenham's 12th draw of the season -- only West Ham and Everton have more, with 14 each -- and their second against the Baggies.

Premier League top scorer Kane believes they must learn to be more clinical. He said: "I thought we'd done enough to win the game, especially in the first half when we had a lot of chances."

"Even in the second half, we had a couple that came off the post -- that's football. We've got to put teams away. We've had a few like that this season, where teams have come back to bite us.

"Of course we're disappointed. We knew what was riding on it. It's done now, we can't do any more. We played very well, especially first half but the second half just wasn't up to our usual standard."

Urged on by an animated Pulis, West Brom were content to slow the game down and they committed niggling fouls throughout, frustrating the home crowd and leading Dele Alli to lash out against Claudio Yacob -- an incident could earn the youngster a retrospective ban.

Kane said: "We're becoming a very good team and teams below us or teams at the other end of the table want to come here and get a result, get a point. They want to waste time a bit, they want to be in front of the referee but that's football.

"There's nothing we can do about that -- we've got to learn to cope. It's experience, we're a young side and that's what we've got to learn from it.

"Everyone seems to be putting in 110 percent against us but that's football. If you want to be a top team in this league, you're going to have to cope with that. We feel we are, we feel we've done well coping with that over the last few months.

"It was just one of those games. West Brom are a side who if you give them a chance, if you don't put them to bed, they'll come back to bite you and that's what they've done."

Chelsea pair Cesc Fabregas and Asmir Begovic, plus acting head coach Guus Hiddink, have said they would like Leicester to beat Spurs to the title but Kane is unconcerned by the potential conflict of interest and urged his teammates to "keep fighting".

"There's nothing we can do about [their comments]. A lot of neutrals want Leicester to win it for one reason or another but we feel we're one of the best teams in this league. We'll do what we can. We can't control what other teams or other managers do.

"It isn't down to us. It's their own point of view. What they say is up to them. There's been a few comments over the last few weeks, players and managers saying they want Leicester to win, but all we can do is dust ourselves off and try to win the last three games to finish as high up with as many points as we can."

Spurs can still secure a highest ever Premier League finish and a spot in the Champions League for the first time since the 2010-11 season, and Kane turned his attentions to winning at Stamford Bridge for the first time in 27 years.

"All we can do is move forward and do what we can against Chelsea and see what happens," he said.

"We've been doing it all season. People are starting to realise that we're not a team that just rolls over and we're there to beat anyone. We feel we're one of the best in this league, we feel we can beat anyone in this league as I've said over the last six months. So, we'll go to Chelsea and try to win the game."