Kane bemoans "disappointing start" to the season.
The England striker wants Tottenham Hotspur to start delivering when it matters.
Harry Kane has issued a rallying cry to his Tottenham teammates, saying they cannot keep dropping points if they are to challenge for the Premier League title.
The north London side, who are five points behind leaders Liverpool, are having a 'disappointing start' to the 2019-20 campaign as they have only been able to secure one win from their opening three games.
And, Kane says if Mauricio Pochettino's side are to keep pace with Man City and Jurgen Klopp's Reds, they must start winning on a consistent basis.
Spurs suffered a shock home defeat to Newcastle over the weekend and they play rivals Arsenal at the Emirates this coming Sunday.
"As you're seeing from Manchester City and Liverpool there is no letting up from them," the England striker said as the Evening Standard quoted.
"I said before the start of the season that if we could put a run together, get that momentum, maybe winning for two, three months on the spin without dropping any points, then that's what it's going to take. It's a disappointing start but there is a long way to go.
"I said as much after the first weekend of the season. Liverpool won on the Friday night and then Manchester City won early on the Saturday. They set the standard with those results and I knew we had to keep up with them, make sure we win, especially at home.
"It is disappointing that we haven't done that in only our second game, but there is still a long way to go, there are a lot of big games ahead of us.
"It just means we are going to have to pick up points in the big games, the tough games and try to improve on what we did against Newcastle."