The talented striker has 20 goals for the season after a brace against West Brom yesterday.
For Kane it was an important double, as it took his tally to 20 for the season in all competitions. He has been speaking to Spurs TV about his impressive week and revealed how he will be unwinding this weekend.
He will join millions across the globe tuning in to watch the Superbowl:
"I'm really pleased [to have scored 20 goals]. 20 goals was my next target after I got ten. I'm happy to be there now, I was on 18 for what felt like ages...
"Yeah, it has been a great week. I'll be putting my feet up for the Superbowl tomorrow night, looking forward to that. Then the big one at White Hart Lane next Saturday, everyone is looking forward to, everyone at the club. It's probably the biggest game of the season for us. Really looking forward to it and hopefully we can get a win."
Kane came into the season considered the third choice striker behind the more illustrious names of Roberto Soldado and Emmanuel Adebayor. But the England under-21 international has leapfrogged the pair with his fantastic form and is without doubt their main striker this season.
His form will surely make him a big candidate to make an England debut in their upcoming friendly with Italy.
So he deserves to enjoy his rest this evening as the New England Patriots take on the Seattle Seahawks in Glendale, Arizona this evening.
Don't be surprised if he is not the only Premier League football a little bleary eyed at training tomorrow.