The Spurs star has dismissed suggestions that his lack of Euro 2016 goals are a sign of tiredness, insisting England are in a good position to progress.
England's Harry Kane looks dejected following the 1-1 draw with Russia
Harry Kane says he is confident England will rediscover their goalscoring touch and progress to the quarter-finals of Euro 2016, Eurosport has reported.
Roy Hodgson's side were held to a disappointing 0-0 draw by Slovakia in their final group game on Monday, despite producing a largely dominant performance.
Having seen England fail to show the killer touch needed to see off Russia in their first game, the Three Lions were forced to make do with second place in Group B behind rivals Wales, setting up a clash with surprise package Iceland.
England's Harry Kane
And while admitting his side need to show more incisiveness in the final third, Kane insists the quality of performances means there is no need to panic.
According to Eurosport, he told a press conference: "We've not scored as many goals as we should have. We've had a lot of chances that we probably should have done better with. It's part of the game, not every game we're not going to find the back of the net three or four times.
"We've been patient, I think we have been the better team against every team we've played and now we are in knockout stages, it is about putting them goals in, scoring as many as we can and keeping them clean sheets as well.
England face surprise package Iceland in Nice on Monday
"We have done what needed to do, we have got through the group stage and now we can look forward to the game ahead. We want to beat Iceland and progress to the quarter-finals and see who we get from there. We fancy ourselves against anyone and we're confident in our ability."
The 22-year-old arrived in France having scooped the Premier League golden boot award with Tottenham last season, but has failed to find the net in his last three outings.
Tottenham Hotspur's Harry Kane won the 2015/16 Barclays Golden Boot Award, scoring 25 goals.
Kane's recent goal drought has caused some to speculate that he might be fatigued, having played in all 38 games of his club's Premier League season last term, but he insists he is feeling fresh for Monday's game in Nice.
"I'm not tired, I've had it before last year when it was the Under-21s to the Euros, people said the same thing," he added.
"I'm 100 per cent fresh. I feel sharp, I feel ready and if called upon I will be out there giving 110 per cent."