"We kept up with them for a while previous year but they blew ahead after January", said Kane on challenging City and European champions Liverpool for the title this season.
He however hit the ground running in his first season at Anfield - scoring 32 goals in the Premier League and winning his first golden boot title.
It genuinely does not concern me because it can be corrected by a little bit of money on the stadium and good decisions in the boardroom and good decisions in the recruitment department.
'Every coach, every player wants to win it, dreams of winning it.
'Of course we would like to win the Champions League - so big respect to Liverpool.
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While Liverpool failed by a whisker last season by losing the title by one point, Jurgen Klopp's side enter the new season as title contenders.
"It's a dream for everyone, the city, the players, to win a Champions League is something so great and something very big". They are expected to go head-to-head with Manchester City for the league title once again.
"And that's not being disrespectful, they'll probably win the league before Liverpool".
Tottenham's Harry Kane was beset by ankle injuries last season after just a three-week break between lifting the Golden Boot as the World Cup's top scorer and the start of another gruelling Premier League season.
Tottenham let Kieran Trippier leave for Atletico Madrid last month and did not replace the England worldwide meaning the inexperienced Kyle Walker-Peters has the unenviable task of keeping Sterling quiet.
And if City are on 25 successive league wins by the time they visit Anfield - is it really that hard to imagine? - will the title race already be over bar the shouting? "I can see it, you can feel it, you can smell it..."