England captain Harry Kane said Sunday that he may need time to adapt to German football following a loss in his first game for Bayern Munich and won't "panic" if he isn't scoring.
Kane came on as a 64th-minute substitute in a 0-3 defeat to Leipzig in the German Super Cup on Saturday after being confirmed as a Bayern player earlier in the day.
"Obviously, I've spent my whole career, my whole life, in England and in the Premier League, so it might take a bit of adapting to get used to a new league," he said.
"For me, it's just about settling in, as comfortable as possible, understanding the different types of teams, the way I have to play and adapt. I've done that throughout my whole career, whether it's with Tottenham or the national team and I'll do that here."
Bayern is next in action in the opening game of the Bundesliga season against Werder Bremen on Friday. Kane said he will work on his link-up play with his new teammates and that his time at Bayern shouldn't be considered a success or failure on goal tallies alone.
"It's part of the reason I joined this club, because they've got amazing talent and now I feel like if we can get a good connection, then of course I will score goals.
"But as always in my career, you know, I never panic if I don't. I give my all every game. I try and work for the team and I think I've shown that my game is more than just goalscoring and trying to link up play and help with assists and build-up."