"I don't have news", the coach said.
Spurs could have had more but Kane, Son and Dele Alli were thwarted as Cardiff put bodies on the line to prevent their goal difference from worsening.
Spurs doubled their lead after 12 minutes when Kane, dropping deep and pulling Sol Bamba out of position to devastating effect, sparked a move featuring Moussa Sissoko and Son. Christian Eriksen and Son Heung-Min added to Spurs' tally as Mauricio Pochettino's side began the year in style. "I don't care about the result, I just want to enjoy the spectacle and the game".
The goal meant Kane has now scored against all 28 Premier League teams he has faced, and nine minutes later he was joined on the scoresheet by Eriksen, who again capitalised on some more suspect Cardiff defending before expertly slotting the ball into the bottom corner.
"I think one of his strengths is his physical condition", Pochettino said.
Speaking after the Wolves game, the Tottenham manager said: "We started to play too many long balls and then is was hard to recover the ball and to play more with your heart than your head and we started to expend a lot of energy. It's very good news for Tottenham".
However, it then backfired against Wolves as his overworked players exhausted and capitulated, conceding three goals in the final 20 minutes as a 1-0 lead turned into a chastening 3-1 defeat.
They toyed with Cardiff at times, and the third goal killed the game, with the "Ole" chants going up from the visiting fans after half an hour.
"I think we are so happy and so pleased".
Neil Warnock will therefore be disappointed and maybe a little concerned by what has happened in his side's past two home matches against Manchester United and Spurs. That is what you expect from a player when he signs, to step up and show their quality and in the way he's playing.