“Any striker wants to be scoring goals, so it's great to come away and get a couple goals. I'll go back and focus on Spurs, but if I don't score at the weekend it's not the end of the world," said the 22-year old.
"I've just got to stay focused and keep doing the right things and stay calm. Confidence is high, it always has been. I'm a very self-confident striker, and when I get a chance I feel like I'm going to score.
"Hopefully I can get some chances for club now and starts scoring goals and really kick on this season," he added.
Kane’s exploits for England will have encouraged the Spurs support no end, after his slow start to the season.
Both goals were decisive, clinical finishes and fans will be eager to see what he can produce in the Premier League when reunited with his Spurs colleagues.
Tottenham have struggled collectively in front of goal this season – scoring just three times in their opening four games – and naturally the fault has been laid at the door of the 22-year old.
The reasons for the failings of Mauricio Pochettino’s men goes further than Harry Kane, however, and stems from a lack of dynamism and variety in the supporting cast of Mousa Dembele, Erik Lamela and co.
Clinton N’Jie and Heung-Min Son should remedy that and the space created by willing runners should help prevent the crowding-out experienced by Kane in his opening few games.