Kane struggled at Euro 2016, where he was arguably one of England’s poorest players.
The 22-year-old failed to show his best form in an England shirt, as the Three Lions crashed out in the first knockout round to Iceland.
Kane has faced a lot of ridicule over the summer, but Ferdinand does not believe that the forwards form at club level will be impacted on.
“Definitely,” Ferdinand said, when asked whether he expected Kane to have a good season for Tottenham.
“The start of last season he struggled to score goals, and he kicked on. Unfortunately it didn’t go to plan at the European Championships, but I expect Harry to be bouncing straight back - that’s for sure. He’s a strong boy.”
Kane has scored over 20 goals in both of the last two Premier League seasons, and he is now regarded as one of the most clinical front men in England.
Kane has increased competition at Tottenham this season, following the arrival of Vincent Janssen over the summer.
Kane was the only recognised forward at Spurs last term, but Janssen’s arrival should take some of the pressure off him.
Tottenham’s competitive campaign starts in two weekends’ time with a match against Everton at Goodison Park.