The young forward has won the award for the second successive month, and responded on social media.
The young striker has been awarded the Barclays Premier League Player of the Month award for the second time in succession, joining the likes of Robbie Fowler, Dennis Bergkamp and Cristiano Ronaldo in doing so.
He was awarded the honour after scoring four goals in February, including his double against Arsenal to win the North London derby and the equaliser against other capital rivals West Ham United. He is also in with a shout of becoming the first player to win it three times in a row, should his fine form continue.
Following his award, the young striker has responded on Instagram, speaking of his honour and thanking his teammates in the process.
“It's a real honour to win this award 2 months in a row! Couldn't of done it without my teammates! #COYS,” Kane wrote.
A second successive player of the month award adds to an already impressive season for the young striker, who currently sits third in the Premier League scorers list, just one behind Sergio Aguero and Diego Costa.
He is also a shoe-in to receive his first call up to the England senior team later in the month, with manager Roy Hodgson all but confirming it, according to BBC Sport.