Tottenham star is still considering switching from soccer to American football, but only after he wraps it up in Europe. 

The goal-scoring ace still harbors ambitions to become an NFL kicker after his footballing career. Although it's no easy effort — ask David Beckham — Kane, a self-obsessed NFL, and Tom Brady fan, eagerly awaits the challenge. 

“It's something I want to definitely explore,” Kane told Good Morning America on Wednesday. “I know it will be a lot of hard work. I'm not expecting to just walk up and start kicking field .”

 “It will be a lot of practice, a lot of hard work but, yeah, it's something I'd love to do,” he added. “The NFL is something I've been following for about 10 years now, and I love it. So, would love to give it a go.”

The forward is coming off another stellar season individually, scoring 30 goals in 38 Premier League appearances. The three-time Golden Boot winner once again tops the list of this summer's transfer market. 

The 29-year-old is keen to move on to Manchester United, even with one year left on his Spurs contract. However, Spurs owners Daniel Levy still seems hellbent on the Englishman running down his contract in North London. 

Spurs could easily demand as much as $100 million for their star man. 

Could Kane suit up in a helmet, shoulder, and pads? 

No one doubts Kane's weapon of a foot. He confidently kicked the pigskin 50 yards out earlier today at the New York Giants facilities. 

Former NFL kicker and Hall of Famer Morten Andersen thinks Kane would make a superb kicker for one of the 32 teams in the NFL. But it won't just happen magically. 

“With Harry Kane, if he wants to be legit on this then awesome,” Andersen told talkSPORT in 2019.  

“But you can't tell me Harry Kane knows the intricacies of being an NFL kicker much like I don't know about being a Premier League soccer player. 

“It is ludicrous to think you can just step in and do it at that level. I want the fans to understand that I don't feel disrespected, but there is more to it than meets the eye,” Andersen said. 

Do you think Kane could lace them up in NFL? 

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