Indeed, England face Germany on Saturday night and may well start both Kane and Jamie Vardy.
Low is an admirer of the pair and has heaped praise on Tottenham's Kane, currently the Premier League's top scorer.
Low told reporters: "'Kane could play as well. I'm not sure if they have played together already. It could really impact our defence and it will be a different game if Kane or Vardy is playing - he is a fantastic player."
Low is obviously a fan of both Vardy and the Spurs striker - and who wouldn't be considering how many goals they've both scored in the Premier League this season?
However, the Germany boss is obviously being respectful to his opponents ahead of an upcoming friendly; he may well feel his defenders can handle Kane and Vardy.
England fans will be hoping for a repeat of the famous 5-1 win Sven-Goran Eriksson's men achieved in Munich back in 2001.
But let's see how this England team, this time containing far more Tottenham and Leicester stars, fares.