The Spurs striker feels his side can improve against the top teams this term.
Kane, however, does believe the north London side can offer an improvement against the likes of Chelsea and Manchester United this time around.
Even though the Tottenham forward admits it won't be easy...
“Mentally, we were beat before we stepped out onto the pitch when we were up against a bigger-name team. This isn’t the case anymore," the Tottenham forward is quoted as saying by the Daily Mirror.
“Even so, let’s not kid ourselves – they’re still tough games. We still have to perform on the pitch, and that’s what we’re looking to do, starting with our next two games against Manchester United and then Chelsea.
“It’s exciting all right but getting into the top four is not easy. We’ve got to get as many results as we can and see where it takes us.”