"I think we have experience, but not the kind of experience of Juventus in playing in this competition", he said. Kane, who bagged Tottenham's victor against rivals Arsenal last weekend, paid tribute to the way his team mates recovered from conceding twice in the first nine minutes on Tuesday - Gonzalo Higuain striking twice for the hosts.
Kane was quoted as saying during Spurs-Juventus' pre-match presser.
Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino has been pictured having breakfast in the Turin city centre, amongst Juventus fans, in the lead up to the game tonight.
Higuain missed a golden opportunity for his hat-trick after lashing a penalty against the crossbar - and he was made to rue the mistake as Christian Eriksen's second-half free-kick earned Spurs a deserved draw. "I'm looking forward to the challenge". I can understand. And we are frustrated too, because when you cannot play it is hard to accept. Luckily we have a good result and the next step is to go through'.
For Mauricio Pochettino's side, they are one of four teams beside Barcelona, Besiktas and Liverpool yet to suffer loss in Europe this term and are priced at (1.69) to either win or draw in Turin. In the last few weeks, the team are growing and have stepped up.
"The character we showed today was fantastic", he said.
"Then of course we dominate possession, we dominate Juventus - we force them to play deeper and only use the transition and the counterattack [to] try to create chances".
"We need to play well and try to score, which will be hard against a team that is so tough to score against".
Juventus played more like the away side in the second half with Tottenham again pressing, although the hosts went close with Lloris saving well from Bernardeschi and Mario Mandzukic then heading straight at the thankful French keeper.
"It is this type of player that represents our philosophy, he's a player that links the team. All going well he will be available for Rochdale and we will assess day by day".