The Tottenham striker has stated that the players do not pay any attention to rumours that the club could change manager this summer.
After a summer of expenditure, the top four was Tottenham’s goal this season, but the North London side look set to miss out on Champions League football once more.
Tim Sherwood’s job as the club’s manager could be in jeopardy as a result, with plenty of speculation linking more-experienced coaches with the White Hart Lane hotseat.
One thing that Sherwood has achieved is nurturing some of the club’s young talent, with the likes of Nabil Bentaleb and Harry Kane given an opportunity to play by the retired midfielder.
Kane has been speaking out about the rumblings over Sherwood’s future and has admitted that he pays little attention to speculation.
"I think all the players have got on with it," Kane is quoted as saying by Sky Sports.
"You can see against Fulham and recent performances we've been playing great, we've been scoring goals.
"Nah, all the players are focused on the games ahead.
"We're just taking each game as it comes. We've got three more games and we want to win all three, then wherever we end up, we end up.
"They are three winnable games and we'll take this into the next one."
Kane has netted three goals in his three first team starts, vindicating Sherwood’s decision to give him a chance to play.
Sherwood’s future is set to be determined at the end of the season.