Tottenham Hotspur striker Hurricane said he did not expect to be prominent in Thursday’s 5-1 Europa Conference League victory over Slovenia’s Manu NS Mora but hoped for his second half hat-trick for the club. It can change the shape of their home.
Kane, who was linked with a move to Manchester City this summer before deciding to stay in London, has yet to score in the Premier League this season.
Tottenham took a 2-1 lead through Dale Alley and Giovanni Lou Celso, with Kane scoring in the second half with quick fire treble.
“Every striker wants to score,” Kane told BT Sport.
“It’s a good feeling whenever you see the ball hit the back of the net. Hopefully we’ll take it over the weekend. It’s nice to get off the bench and score something.”
Tottenham manager Nono Esprito Santo said the game needed an injection of energy, which provided alternatives to Kane, Son Hangman and Lucas Mora.
“It was important to do today the way we did,” he said. “A good result and that way we get better and prepare better for the next one. Lots of positives.”
Tottenham have lost their last three league games and are 11th, three places below Villa.