Rio Ferdinand has claimed Harry Kane will 'have the bit between his teeth' to score against Manchester United in Wednesday night's Champions League clash.
Erik ten Hag's side will travel to the Allianz Arena to take on Bayern Munich as they kick start their European campaign against the German Champions but will come up against the England striker who moved to the club earlier this summer.
United had shown an interest in acquiring Kane from Tottenham, but dropped their interest in the 30-year-old, who has got off to a flying start for Thomas Tuchel's side, scoring four goals in four league appearances for his new club.
With United back in action in the European competition after a year's absence, former United defender, Ferdinand, who won the Champions League with the club back in 2008, backed Kane to be hungry to score as he looks to end his wait for silverwear.
'I can't wait. Look at the clubs. Two clubs with huge history,' Ferdinand said to TNT Sports.
'The backdrop of Harry Kane being there as well, the England captain, someone who a lot of Man Utd fans would have wanted to come and wear the United shirt.
'He's a phenomenal player, his record speaks for itself.
'Champions League football, he's been there, he's produced before, he's been to a final [in 2019] but never won it. He hasn't got his hands on any silverware, so the bit will be between his teeth.'
The England captain has not won a trophy throughout his illustrious career, despite breaking some monumental records, including becoming Spurs' all-time leading goalscorer before surpassing Wayne Rooney to become England's all-time top scorer.
The game comes at an interesting time for Erik ten Hag's side though, who have endured an underwhelming start to the new PremierRead on m.allfootballapp.com