Head coach Mauricio Pochettino has worked the Spurs squad hard in training in order to ensure that they can cope with playing his high-pressing style.
Kane believes that the Argentine manager’s work, alongside his coaching staff's effort at White Hart Lane, has begun to pay off, with Spurs having an advantage over a lot of their opponents.
“They’ve been great, they are great people to have around, very enthusiastic and just try to get the best out of all their players,” Kane told the London Evening Standard. “They give everyone a chance and if you work hard for the manager the rewards are there.
“The first year, last year, he did a lot of work with me around the box, the penalty area movement. He’s a defender and knows what to come up against as a striker. Little tips here and there have helped, and a lot of work in the gym.
“He still does a lot of that work with not just me but everyone, that explosive power work and you can see in our performances this season how that is a big part of our game, we’re fitter than most teams and that is a big part of what he wants.”
Tottenham have outrun nearly all of their opponents in the Premier League this campaign, and their application has been rewarded through their results.
The Lilywhites appear to be in sensational form, and they have gone unbeaten in their last 11 matches.
Tottenham’s run of matches without defeat, has led them into fifth position in England’s top-flight, and there are hopes that they could claim a Champions League pace.
Spurs return to action after the international break, with a match against fellow high-flyers West Ham United.