Harry Kane (Getty Images)
There were fears that the 24-year-old
striker would not be in peak condition for the 2018 Soccer World Cup after an ankle
injury kept him out of action for three weeks in March.
However, Kane insists he is fighting fit
following a 73-minute runout against Nigeria on Friday at Wembley, where he
scored the second goal in a 2-1 win for Gareth Southgate's side.
The Tottenham star, who scored 30 Premier
League goals for the first time in his career this past season, also suggested
that world football's governing body should recheck their data on him.
"The lads came over to me yesterday
afternoon and said my weight had been put at 96 kilos," Kane said at the
England media day.
"I don't know if it's been changed but
I'm definitely not 15-and-a-half-stone. I'm normally about 89 or 90 kilos. We
weigh most days when we get up and that's normally my fighting weight.
"I feel really good and training has
been of a high intensity. Obviously, everyone is fighting for places and that
has pushed everyone along fitness-wise.
"It's been a tough camp and that's
what we all needed. It was good to get some minutes on the weekend and I'm
England's first Group G match is against
the lowly ranked Tunisia at the Volgograd Arena on Saturday, June 18.
Kick-off is at 20:00 (SA time).