Tottenham striker Harry Kane has yet to score a club goal this season, but manager Mauricio Pochettino insists he remains unconcerned.
Kane scored a brace to see Pochettino's side seal a 2-1 victory over Arsenal in their February meeting at White Hart Lane, and Pochettino believes the win helped him establish the philosophy he has be instilling since taking over at the club.
"No, no, I'm not concerned," he replied when asked about Kane's current barren spell.
"I think it is coming, he will score again. As a striker you always need to score, he works hard for the team and I'm sure the goal is coming.
"It's an important game and last season it was important to win this game. The derby. For the players, for the belief in the philosophy, it's a very important game.
"It's more than only go to the next round of the Capital One Cup, or three points in the league, it has a massive effect."