The North London outfit suffered an embarrassing 5-1 defeat to 10-man Newcastle United away from home at St. James’ Park on Sunday afternoon.
Spurs needed just a draw from the match, but their defeat coupled with a 4-0 win for Arsenal against Aston Villa at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday means that Mauricio Pochettino’s side have missed out on the second spot.
Kane has admitted on Twitter that Tottenham did not play well against Newcastle at all.
The England international striker, though, has assured the fans that the players will come back stronger next season.
The 22-year-old has suggested that Tottenham playing in next season’s Champions League means that this campaign has been a success for them.
Today wasn't nowhere near good enough. It shows we are still learning and still have a lot to improve on. But overall with have to see 1/2— Harry Kane (@HKane) 15 May 2016
the bigger picture. We are in the Champions League. We have to stay positive and be proud! We have to come next season with ambition! #COYS— Harry Kane (@HKane) 15 May 2016
Kane has had a great season on a personal level, scoring as many as 25 goals in 38 Premier League appearances.
The youngster also created 44 chances, and had a pass accuracy of 73% and a shot accuracy of 61%.