Kane says the current squad will bring a fresh approach to this summer's World Cup, though, saying: "The aim is to be aggressive and fearless in possession".
"The main thing is to believe it can be different; it's been tough for the last 50 years because we haven't won anything", Kane said.
It comes after the Three Lions spoke to injured servicemen from the Royal Marines in a bid to put the pressure of the World Cup into perspective. We've spoken at length this week about how we're really proud to represent everybody but really the guy next to you is the most important one going into this tournament.
Despite England taking the lead from the penalty spot through Wayne Rooney, Iceland still went on to win 2-1 to progress into the quarter-finals at the expense of a star-studded English side.
Tottenham Hotspur kicks off the season this year with the International Champions Cup, which will see the team spend 10 days in the United States, playing against Roma in San Diego, Barcelona in Los Angeles and AC Milan in Minneapolis.
"Everybody is looking forward to getting to the first game".
"I've always felt you go through spells: the ball goes in sometimes and other times it doesn't, like in August every year for me".
"That's not just me being obviously slightly biased because I worked with him at Sunderland and Everton, but everyone at Everton saw him as the best and most consistent performer in the entire season".
"Personally, that (scoring) record is something I want to change, and hopefully will this summer", Kane added. So that's big tournaments.
Iceland will be making their first appearance at this year's FIFA World Cup in Russian Federation where they are drawn in Group D with Argentina, Nigeria and Croatia.
Harry Kane insists that the World Cup remains the pinnacle of football, despite club competitions increasing in prominence.