The England international has stated that if and when the goals dry up for him, he will not be phased.
The homegrown striker was a revelation at White Hart Lane last season, netting 31 goals in all competitions and undergoing a whirlwind transformation from a fringe player to one of the most feared attackers in the Premier League.
With Emmanuel Adebayor’s future elsewhere and Roberto Soldado unfit, Kane will be asked to get the goals to give Spurs a strong start to the season.
With many predicting that the England international will struggle to replicate last season’s heroics in 2015-16, Kane has stated that he is keeping his feet on the ground.
“That's football - I try never to get too high and never to get too low,” The Daily Mail quote Kane as saying.
“You have to just keep that medium. There will be times if I don't score for few games and times when hopefully I will be scoring three, four or five games in a row.
“I have scored goals wherever I've been.bIt is something that comes natural to me so I'm looking forward to it.
“All goalscorers go on droughts. It is how you cope with that. And it is not just about scoring it is about what you bring to the team, working hard bringing others into play, getting assists that's all part of the game as well.”
Kane will lead the line in Tottenham’s Premier League opener against Manchester United this evening, in what will be a baptism of fire for his side in the new campaign.
Spurs have reinforced their defensive options in pre-season but not yet added any attacking players, as the North London outfit look to challenge for a top-four place and Champions League qualification this season.