Kane has started 19 of NEC's 22 league matches this season and is lapping up the opportunity for regular first-team football in the Dutch Eredivisie, no less with a new leadership responsibility alongside former Liverpool and Australian keeper Brad Jones.
"It's really good. I am enjoying the experience," Kane told Chelsea's official website.
"The football is great, exactly the same style I got brought up on at Chelsea. I am getting back to the way I play usually and how everybody knows me, which is a good.
"I would love to have done it but obviously Brad is the more experienced one in the dressing room and I felt people would listen to him more than myself as he's the older pro.
"I'm the vice-captain and I feel privileged because it showed I must be doing something right."