TOTTENHAM striker Harry Kane believes his loan spell at Millwall has turned him into a better player.
Kane, who took his Lions goal tally to seven with the winner at Portsmouth in midweek, has impressed during his time at The Den.
And he believes playing regularly in the Championship has toughened him up.
"I think I have improved," he told the club's official website. "Because of the fitness levels, I have grown as a player, I have gained more experience and become tougher.
"I feel good and hopefully I can play for the rest of the season and get some more goals.
"My confidence is high at the moment. Fortunately I am on a bit of a run now – I have two goals in two games – and hopefully I can keep adding to that."