The England captain has been prolific since joining German giants Bayern Munich last summer but the team face a pivotal Bundesliga clash with league leaders Bayer Leverkusen on Saturday (10.02.24) as he seeks the first piece of silverware of his career.
Kane told BBC Sport: "I've made it clear that I want to be winning team trophies and that's one of the things that's missing from my career so far.
"But as always I'm not going to panic, either way I'm going to keep my head down, keep doing my best for the team and hopefully that starts with a good win on Saturday."
Kane has already hit 24 league goals for Bayern and is flattered to have earned comparisons with Polish marksman and club great Robert Lewandowski.
He said: "I'm always extremely proud to have those sort of records. It's not something I set out to do at the start but once you hear about them and once people are talking about them, it of course means you're doing something really well.
"If you'd have told me I was going to do that at the start of the year, of course I'd have taken it - so I'm really happy from that sense, but as always, we try and push and try and see how far we can get."