Kane, 25, has continued his marvellous goalscoring rate this term with 10 goals in 15 league and cup appearances, including a brace against PSV Eindhoven on Tuesday night to win 2-1.
Moura joined Spurs in the January transfer window from Paris Saint-Germain, but struggled to make an impact during the second half of the 2017-18 season. But this season, he has scored six goals.
Meanwhile, Lamela is in the goalscoring form of his life, with six strikes in 12 outings. Kane chose those two attackers as the players that have stepped up their form under Mauricio Pochettino.
"He (Mauricio Pochettino) has full trust in us and that's a great boost for us players," Kane said. "We've had some great performances this season. Lucas Moura has come in and done fantastic.
"Erik Lamela has been on fire as well. So it's just about all the players chipping in. It's about the squad doing their job and that will be important for the rest of the season."
Tottenham have enjoyed their best every start to a Premier League campaign and sit in fourth place with eight wins and three losses from 11 games. They are five points behind leaders Manchester City.
Pochettino takes his side to Selhurst Park ahead of Saturday evening's clash against Crystal Palace, as Spurs look to keep the pressure on the likes of Manchester City, Liverpool and Chelsea above them with three points.