"They have some talent, have a real desire and determination to play for England and are determined to play in a style that people are warming to and are enjoying watching".
"We hope we can send people to work the following day having enjoyed our matches", he said.
England's Group G opener against Tunisia in Volgograd is now less than a week away, with anticipation and excitement sure to go up another notch when the team lands in Russian Federation just two days before the World Cup starts.
Kane was also quick to point out that the current crop of England stars regarded the World Cup as the pinnacle of football and that is the one competition that he and his teammates are dreaming of getting their hands on.
Hopefully this won't be the last place we see the Three Lions at this World Cup.
Fran Jones, Head of Partnerships, Tottenham Hotspur, said: "As a Club, we are privileged to have millions of supporters across the world who travel far and wide to support the team".
"We just didn't know what to do to get back in the game when we were behind because we just hadn't planned for it".
"Ultimately, we know we'll be judged on results - but we have to focus on the processes. But for us it's to play attacking football, to score, and that's important", he said.
"So we thought, two games on the timeline was good, then a game internally where we're still working on things but a bit more a physical assessment as well than just a normal training session".
"The Under-17's World Cup win, in particular, came at a moment where the profile of our young players was really high".
The 1966 World Cup winners failed to get out of the group in 2014, when they were defeated by Italy and Uruguay, and lost 4-1 to Germany in the round of 16 in 2010.
From the middle of June to the middle of July, 32 of the world's best footballing nations will be competing with each other in a bid to lift the ultimate sporting prize: the World Cup trophy.