But the forced break due to the virus has given Kane the opportunity to play more games if the Premier League can end the campaign eventually.

The 26-year-old has stepped up his rehab and should be in shape by the time the season can restart, with the higher flight schedule currently postponed until at least April 30.

“I’m not too far away, I usually expect to be back with the team in two to three weeks,” Kane told the Tottenham website on Tuesday.

“I am in a good stage, doing almost everything, now it is about improving my physical condition. So, from my personal point of view, I am in a good place.”

“From a rehabilitation point of view and a personal point of view, I’m doing really well. Now I’m in a good stage and I’m just working hard, recovering a lot, rehabilitating a lot and just waiting to see what happens. To the season” .

Like everyone around the world, Kane has been following the pandemic crisis, admitting that getting back to his physical state during such an alarming global health situation has been strange.

Kane has a home gym and is doing his rehab there, while Tottenham has given individual training plans to each player during the block.

“My family is fine and obviously everyone is thinking about the coronavirus right now and it is a time to be together, stay safe and hopefully everything will be fine,” he said.

“It is such a strange situation, no one has ever been in this situation before. Like everything, you have to get positive and do what you can.”

“So far, my family and I are doing well, and I will continue to work hard, working in the gym, working from home and doing what I can. We just have to wait and see.”

Kane has scored 17 goals in all competitions this season and Tottenham fell out of the Champions League and FA Cup in his absence.