The Lilywhites will play their Champions League group-stage games at the home of English football this season after their third-place finish last term secured a return to Europe’s top table.
Kane was unable to find the net at Goodison Park on Saturday afternoon as Tottenham drew 1-1 with Everton in their Premier League opener last weekend.
The England striker sent a message to Tottenham supporters ahead of the visit of Crystal Palace in their next top-flight fixture at White Hart Lane on Saturday.
Kane posted the above photo on his Instagram page and wrote the following caption:
“Wembley yesterday! Can’t wait to start playing our @uefachampionsleague games here! 🔥⚽️ #championsleague #coys”
The 23-year-old Tottenham centre-forward scored 25 goals in 37 Premier League appearances for the Lilywhites last season.
Kane finished as the Premier League’s top goal-scorer ahead of Leicester City forward Jamie Vardy and Manchester City star Sergio Aguero.
Erik Lamela cancelled out Ross Barkley’s opener at Goodison Park in the Premier League last weekend.
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