The striker bagged an impressive 31 goals last term but has failed to find the net in Spurs’ opening two games.
He managed four goals against the East Midlands club last season however, and hopes to continue his goal scoring run against Claudio Ranieri’s men.
“It’s going to be tough – even last year when we played them in the league we had two tight games and won both by one goal, but we’ve got the ability in our team to perform well and win the match," Kane said.
"The points are the most important thing and three of them will be massive for us on Saturday.”
“I scored once away and got a hat-trick at home last season so hopefully I can continue that form against them,” added the striker.
“I spent a bit of time at Leicester so I know a few faces there and it will be good to see them – I enjoy playing against them.
The Foxes will be flying after a storming start to the season that has seen them collect maximum points and score six goals in the process.
Leicester would have felt hard done by to come away pointless after their close encounters with Spurs last season and will be out for revenge in tomorrow’s 3 PM kick-off.
Spurs meanwhile, will hope to call upon the talents of new signing Clinton N’Jie as they bid to truly kickstart their season at the third time of asking.
Mauricio Pochettino’s men have lacked a real genuine threat in attacking areas but the Cameroonian should provide the pacey outlet Spurs have been crying out for.