The former Tottenham coach was very impressed by Kane.
Tottenham's Harry Kane scores their first goal from the penalty spot
Harry Kane put his Euro 2016 woes behind him this week, with a stunning performance against Inter Milan in a pre-season friendly.
He bagged two goals for Spurs as they ran out comfortable 6-1 winners against the struggling Italian giants.
Kane played in two positions in the game, both as the main striker but also behind the front-man when new signing Vincent Janssen entered the fray.
Tottenham's Harry Kane celebrates scoring their first goal with a penalty
“Harry’s a very good footballer behind the front-man.
“I think moving the play on and putting people in and assisting is one of his strengths people don’t look at.”
As for Kane’s poor England performances Ramsey, a former development head and first-team coach at Spurs, believes the striker can cope with getting back to action:
“He’s a very strong mentally agile character that can keep leading the line at Tottenham.”
Spurs, who had an indifferent pre-season up until the Inter demolition job, will be very pleased to see just how well Kane played on his return to club action.
He also linked up very well with newbie Janssen, suggesting the Dutchman might be more than just a straight replacement for Kane when they fancy resting the Englishman.
All in all, the season ahead looks good for Spurs.