Harry Kane has continued his “magic partnership” with Leyton Orient by renewing his shirt sponsorship of the Sky Bet League Two club for the 2021-22 season.

The Tottenham forward, who spent time at the O’s during the infancy of his career, made the headlines last May when he bought the shirt sponsorship of his old loan club following approval from the Premier League, English Football League and Football Association.

Kane donated the sponsorship to three causes, with the home shirt donning a thank you message to the frontline heroes of the coronavirus pandemic, the away shirt showing Haven House Children’s Hospice’s logo and the third kit donated to mental health charity Mind.

A statement on the Orient website confirmed that the change strip would carry the charity’s logo on it once again this season.

It reads: “The o’s are happy to announce that Haven House children’s hospice will once again be the charity partner featured on the front of the away kit for the 2021/22 season.”

Eileen White, Director of Care at Haven House, said the partnership meant “so much” after the “toughest year” for the charity.

She said: “Harry grew up near to the hospice and knows well the vital lifeline we provide to local families. The impact of the past year has been felt by us all, especially our hospice families who have been shielding and isolated at home. As an organisation it has been the toughest year yet. This incredible partnership means so much to us in terms of helping to raise our profile and funds for our work in supporting children.”

Kane added: “I’m so happy to donate the away shirt to Haven House for a second season. The need for the care that they provide did not stop with the pandemic, but their ability to raise vital funds did – and so our support is crucial, now more than ever.”