Kane happy to end Spurs' Wembley hoodoo.
Harry Kane is hoping Tottenham 3-1 victory over CSKA Moscow can inspire them in the Europa League run.
Mauricio Pochettino's side ended their miserable run of results in Europe's elite club competition at Wembley.
Alan Dzagoev broke the deadlock for CSKA in the 33rd minute, but Dele Alli and Harry Kane responded with a goal each for Spurs, before an Igor Akinfeev own goal made it 3-1.
And, when asked about Tottenham's previous Wembley results in the Champions League, Kane told BT Sport: "That's what we wanted to put right.
"Obviously a lot of people have been talking about it and it's been a bit annoying so it was good to go out there and win.
"Now we're obviously into the Europa League, so we'll be playing here again and hopefully we can build on this and go far in that competition."
While, Alli, who had a brilliant display on Wednesday, added: "It's a good platform to build on.
"We felt as soon as the first whistle went that we were dominating and their goal was definitely against the run of play.
"We knew the chances would come again and we knew that if we put them away and stuck to the gameplan we'd win the game."