Harry Kane has dismissed his goal drought, reminding his critics it took him time to get started last season and he then finished as the Premier League's top goalscorer.

The Tottenham Hotspur talisman has yet to find the back of the net in the Premier League this term, something which has echoes of last season, when he went six league games without a goal.

Kane quickly recovered though and ended the season with 25 goals, scooping up the Premier League's Golden Boot award in the process.

He has yet to score for Spurs since May, but is sure that it will not be long until he nets, as long as he keeps putting in the hard yards.

Kane was quoted as saying by Reuters: "Unfortunately there was a lot of talk last year and I managed to prove a lot of people wrong, so people will talk this year as well.


"I am confident in my ability.

"I know that if I continue doing what I am doing the goals will come, that is all I can do", the Spurs striker added.

Kane will be hoping to take the first step towards rediscovering his goalscoring touch this coming weekend when Spurs visit Stoke City.

At present Stoke sit bottom of the Premier League table, having collected a single point from their three games.