Harry Kane says his lack of goals so far this term is not a concern and he knows he will be a regular scorer for Tottenham again soon.
Kane is yet to hit top form this season and has managed just one goal in six games - a tap-in in the 4-0 win over Stoke on Saturday.
The 23-year-old was typically busy against Monaco in the Champions League defeat on Wednesday but he snatched at a chance late on and is clearly not quite at his best.
However, the England international has made a habit of silencing his doubters - he scored one in nine at the start of last season before winning the Premier League Golden Boot - and says he is ready to do so again.
"I sliced it which made it go in the middle of the goal. It's disappointing," Kane said of his late chance at Wembley.
"I back myself in those situations. It's just one of those I didn't connect right with.
"I scored a few days ago, it's no problem. People will talk and say things about my ability but I know what I'm capable of.
"I've just got to keep working hard and I know the goals will come."