Tottenham Hotspur have not lost a game since their first match of the season against Manchester United.
Spurs have not lost a match since their first game of the new term, and Kane thinks that this is proof that his side are playing well.
The 22-year-old admits that he would have liked to pick up more victories, but after beating Qarabag in the Europa League on Thursday, the striker was keen to stress the positives that the team can take from their opening to the campaign.
“We haven’t lost since the first game of the season so we’re doing all the right things,” he said. “Obviously we would have liked to have won a few more games but we’ve won our last two and hopefully we’ll continue that on Sunday [at home against Crystal Palace].
“Only losing one game this season, it’s not a bad run. We’d have liked to have won a couple of the games that we drew, but we’re unbeaten in five now."
Tottenham's next game comes against Crystal Palace, who have been flying at the start of the 2015/16 campaign - with a win at Stamford Bridge against Chelsea particularly notable.
It makes Spurs' match against the Eagles look like a tough one, but Kane says that his teammates are full of confidence after picking up two wins in their last two outings.
“We’ve got to keep doing the right things, Palace is going to be a tough game but we’re ready, we’re full of confidence and we’re looking forward to it," he added to the Hampstead Highgate Express.
"Palace are playing well. We’re at home, we want to get off the mark straight away and take the game to them, but we know it’s going to be difficult so we’ve got to keep playing the way we are, keep playing well and creating chances and hopefully we’ll win.”
Kane himself has been short of his best so far. The England international netted 31 times for Spurs last season, but he is yet to find the back of the net for his club this time around.
It will be crucial to Spurs that he finds his rhythm soon, as he remains their main goalscoring threat and will be hoping to get on the scoresheet on Sunday to shake the monkey from his back.