The 27-year-old striker had said as last season reached its business end that he would discuss his future at the north London club with chairman Daniel Levy ahead of the next campaign.
There were reports that Kane‘s camp wanted things sorted ahead of the Euros but with that short period of time having already come and gone, the Tottenham striker was asked about the speculation surrounding his future ahead of the group stage opener against Croatia on Sunday and how he has handled it.
“It’s been ok. I’m sure I’ll get asked about it a lot but my most important thing is trying to win a major tournament with England,” he told the BBC.
“The rest of the stuff will happen obviously when I get back from the tournament but for now that’s all I’m focused on.”
Kane added: “I’m not someone who listens to the noise anyway, whether it’s good or bad to be honest.
“I try to never get too high or too low. I’m here to give everything for my country.”
Levy was asked about Kane’s future during a club interview put out on the Spurs website on Saturday.
“Look, I am never going to talk about any specific player in public,” said the Tottenham chairman.
“All I will say is [Harry’s] frustrations in not winning are shared by me and I’m sure by all the fans and players. We all want to win.
“One of the items that Fabio will have to deal with when he comes in is which players are going to be retained, which players will be asked to look for other clubs, but obviously there is a market at there.
“What we want and what somebody else wants is not always possible to achieve. We will do whatever is right for the club.”
Kane won the Golden Boot at the World Cup in 2018 and did the same in the Premier League last season as well as the Playmaker award for the most assists in the competition.
He was asked whether he wants another one for the Euros to be sitting on his shelf come next month.
“There’s always space for another [Golden Boot]. That would be nice of course and it would be even better if we had a European trophy next to it,” he said.