Vardy who is in the Three Lions squad for the World Cup, reflected on how they were dumped out by Iceland two years ago.
"The aim is to be aggressive and courageous in possession", Kane told British media.
Kane further revealed that England, who are famous for their bad record in shootouts, would look to play the attacking game and focus more on scoring.
"What we want is, and I'm not going to give you a stage in the tournament. but, I'm going to give it away slightly, we haven't won a knockout game since 2006", the FA's chief executive Martin Glenn told the Daily Telegraph.
"There will be tough moments and there will be ups and downs".
Kane was also quick to point out that the current crop of England stars regarded the World Cup as the pinnacle of football and that is the one competition that he and his teammates are dreaming of getting their hands on.
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"If we do all of those things and we play with a smile on our face, enjoy our football, enjoy being in a tournament, then I think we will get results".
It will be the first World Cup appearance for the Tottenham striker, and Kane said that he wants to improve his scoring record in the big tournaments.
Get the latest World Cup news updates. "It is important during the season that you fight for your club and do everything for them but come England time, you are one team and everything else goes out of the window". We are our own team, we have our own identity and we just have to look forward and enjoy it.
Underscoring the importance of the tournament, Kane said that there are many big tournaments like Champions League and Premier League, but nothing is bigger than the World Cup for him.
Harry Kane says England will be "aggressive and brave" during this summer's World Cup in Russian Federation.