Kane saw his fine form recognised this morning, and he was naturally delighted to have received the award.
"I'd like to thank the whole team, the club, the staff, the manager, everyone," he said. "It’s a team game and we’ve picked up some really great results and hopefully we can continue that now until the end of the season."
Kane scored five times in Spurs' four games throughout January, further establishing his reputation as one of the most exciting prospects in the country.
His form has not slowed down since and he has every chance of picking up the same award for February, considering his remarkable goalscoring feats.
Kane has netted three times in Tottenham's first two games this month - against Arsenal and Liverpool - and he has become one of the most feared marksmen in the division.
The striker now has 23 goals for the season and his form has been one of the major reasons behind Tottenham's success this campaign.
Spurs are right in the thick of the battle for a top-four finish and if Kane can continue hitting the back of the net with this sort of frequency, they will surely feel that they have a good chance of being in the Champions League places come May.