England striker and former Tottenham teammate Harry Kane has spoken about Christian Eriksen’s recovery, wishing his friend well.

In an official pre-match interview before England’s Group D clash with Scotland, reported by FCInterNews, the England and Tottenham center-forward reaffirmed his friendship and support for the Dane.

The Englishman spent several seasons together with the now-Inter midfielder at Tottenham, with the pair enjoying several seasons of success culminating in an appearance in the 2019 Champions League final.

Despite the fact that the two no longer play for the same club, Eriksen is still a player who is in Kane’s heart and thoughts.

The 27-year-old striker spoke about how he was personally affected by the near-tragedy that affected the Dane on Saturday, and he has been carefully following the situation of his friend as he hopes for a happy recovery.

Kane is set to start today has England hope to secure qualification for the knockout rounds with a win.

Kane’s words about watching Eriksen’s health emergency:

“It was difficult, of course, to see what happened. Luckily Christian is alive and seems to be fine, I haven’t had any contact with him, but my wife talked to his.”

“From what I understand,” he continued, “everything went well. Christian is in our heart, and in those of the whole family of football.”

Kane remarked on the situation, saying:

“It is a reminder of how quickly things can change in life, we should never take anything for granted. I hope that I can see him soon, at the end of the tournament.”

Asked about the possibility of dedicating a goal to the Nerazzurri midfielder, Kane stated:

“Dedicate a goal to him? First I have to score. We’ll see what happens. As I said, Christian is a good friend, the most important thing is that he knows we’re all thinking about him and he gets better day by day.”