Harry Kane said he did not want to finish his career with any "regrets" following his move to Bayern Munich.
The 30-year-old England captain left Tottenham after 19 years on Saturday to join the German champions for an initial USD$109 million.
He made his Bayern debut as they lost 3-0 to RB Leipzig in the German Super Cup later in the day.
Kane says his family were "fully behind" him and he had made "the best decision".
He says he didn't want to get to the end of his career with regrets at not experiencing different leagues and cultures.
The England captain says he spent his whole career in England and the Premier League, so it may take a bit of adapting to get used to a new league.
Kane joined the Spurs academy in 2004, signed his first professional contract in 2010 and made his senior debut in 2011.
A three-time Premier League Golden Boot winner, Kane scored 213 goals in 320 games and needed 48 more to break Alan Shearer's league record.
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