Tottenham striker is hoping for good news.
Kane suffered an ankle injury in the first half of the 4-1 win over Bournemouth on Sunday.
It is his third ankle injury in the past 18 months and Spurs face an anxious wait.
They are not the only ones, with the FA fearing whether Kane could be out of action for the World Cup.
The Telegraph report that a proper diagnosis cannot be performed until the bruising on the ankle has subsided, and the extent of any ligament damage can be assessed.
The report states Kane is 'upbeat', but is 'definite' to miss Tottenham's FA Cup quarter-final, England's two friendlies, and the Premier League clash with Chelsea on April 1.
Spurs are hoping to win the FA Cup and secure a top four place, and that match against Chelsea could be critical.
Tottenham are in third and have a five point gap over fifth place Chelsea heading into the fixture at Stamford Bridge.