Kane is a long-time Patriots fan and will hope Tom Brady can make more history tonight in securing his sixth Super Bowl win.
Kane told BBC Sport: “I arrived last night and it’s similar to a World Cup where everyone comes together.”
The Tottenham striker predicted a 31-24 for the Patriots and added: “I was a huge Tom Brady fan growing up, he was a huge inspiration for me to reach the top.”
Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman had expressed his admiration for ‘my dog’ Kane in a viral video from his media session in the build-up to the game and Kane reciprocated.
“I’m a big fan of his, in the play-offs in particular he steps it up massively,” he said.
“The last game was huge, some big third downs, so hopefully he can do more of the same here.”
Kane is currently out injured and has used some of his time off to travel to the US to enjoy his beloved Patriots.
The Tottenham striker will hope they can beat the LA Rams at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
Brady spoke about possibly retiring before the Super Bowl.
“I’ve got goals,” Brady said.
“I always said mid-forties, so I kind of feel that I am stuck to that. Whether I like it or not.
“I just love it, I still do. It doesn’t get old.
“I am out there practicing and just loving being out there and loving prepping for this.
“I feel like when you are in a locker room you are a kid, you know.
“You are a 14, 15 year old kid, you never grow up, you never have to grow up.
“We are just teenage kids in high school, you know, throwing the ball around. It’s pretty funny in that way.”