Pochettino has built his team around Spurs' brightest youth prospects, with the Argentine boss regularly throwing inexperienced stars in at the deep end.
It has benefited their progress hugely, and Kane has given his manager a huge compliment after Spurs beat Manchester City 4-1 in their most recent match.
"It is rare [for so many Englishmen to be in one Premier League team] and it's credit to the manager and the staff and the club itself in bringing the players through and not being afraid to play them," Kane said to Sky Sports.
"I'm sure the England boss is delighted to see it in the Premier League, and maybe give him a headache for his selection."
Tottenham's demolition of City proved the quality that Pochettino has at his disposal at White Hart Lane, and there is great excitement about the future of the group, if they stick together.
The likes of Kane, Ryan Mason, Danny Rose and Nabil Bentaleb have all come through Spurs' youth-system to play key roles in their first-team, while Eric Dier and Dele Alli have been added to the group to make it even stronger.
There has been rapid progress made at the North London club, and they are now unbeaten in the league since the very first day of the season.
With everything starting to click into gear, and Kane netting his first goal of the new term against City, things are starting to fall into place at Spurs - and Pochettino will be looking to build on the positivity he has helped to create at the club in the upcoming weeks.