The striker broke into the first team in the last campaign following a number of loan spells away from White Hart Lane, but he is certain of becoming a feared opponent for any defender he faces.
"When I was a bit younger, I thought defenders were a bit stronger in different aspects, but now I feel as I am as strong as any defender out there," Kane told reporters. "I don't feel uncomfortable when I'm on the pitch.
"I feel stronger than ever, faster than ever and hopefully I can impose that on the opposition.
"Obviously I feel like all the loan spells away from Spurs have helped me along the way. They've all been great experiences to push me in the right direction. Now I feel I have developed and I am ready to take the big stage in the Premier League."
Kane is expected to be involved when Spurs take on AEL Limassol in the first leg of their Europa League playoff on Thursday.