Harry Kane says he is eager to put Euro 2016 firmly behind him but admits he is struggling to get going for Spurs.
The 23-year-old was expected to be England’s star man at Euro 2016 over the summer but failed to score in four appearances in France.
Kane, who won the Premier League Golden Boot last season, is now hoping to get back on track with Spurs.
However, the frontman didn’t perform to his best in Saturday’s season opener against Everton as the sides played out a 1-1 draw.
The England international admitted he is still not up to full fitness after missing the majority of pre-season, but hopes to be able to hit last season’s highs pretty soon.
Kane said: “You have to put stuff like that behind you.
“It was not the way we wanted it to go but that is football. That has to go to the back of your mind and I am focused on the Premier League season. I feel fit and ready to go. We are training hard, getting fitter every week, so I’m looking forward to the games ahead.
“It’s hard not to think about it when you are away on holiday. You wish it went better and think about what you could have done better. It’s football. There are highs and lows along your career and how you deal with that makes you the player you are.
“I’m probably still not 100 percent. I had one preseason game and today. We are training hard and I am sure it will not be long before we are fully match fit.”