The 24-year-old English captain became a national hero pretty quick at this World Cup after scoring two goals - including a lovely victor in stoppage time - in England's opening 2-1 win over Tunisia last week.
"It´s going well, there´s still a long way to go, the most important thing is winning games", Kane said.
Gareth Southgate has presided over two successive wins in England's World Cup campaign, achieving qualification for the knockout phase with a match to spare, and it's clear that the Three Lions are reaping the rewards of the heralded 'Guardiola effect'.
England have been relaxed and comfortable since they drove through the gates of their Repino hideaway on the Gulf of Finland - and this emphatic victory over Panama was another powerful statement of intent. The last time that happened was in Germany's incredible 7-1 win over Brazil in the 2014 semi-final. "It's been really good, we've been taken care of in Russian Federation", he added.
England have played themselves into this World Cup in impressive fashion with maximum points from two games against Tunisia and Panama - now comes the serious business.
From now on they, along with the third man in that defensive unit Kyle Walker, may have to focus on traditional duties much more.
But Gareth Southgate and his players are urging caution ahead of their Group G showdown against Belgium on Thursday.
And they're well on their way to doing that at half-time against Panama.
"He was small, he was light and he didn't show enough to make me believe he could be anything more than a squad player". Him and (Ruben) Loftus-Cheek have been great together and have a good understanding.
Substitute Felipe Baloy rewarded them with a consolation goal in the 78th minute, sliding home a free kick that was Panama's first goal in their debut World Cup.