He's one of our own - and Harry Kane lifted himself to superstar status with an incredible campaign in 2014-15.
Having made his breakthrough at the end of the 2013-14 season, the 'HurriKane' took off in spectacular style in 2014-15.
Harry had scored eight goals in cup competitions including his first senior hat-trick before grabbing his first of the season in the Premier League - a last-minute free-kick to take maximum points at Villa on November 2, 2014.
That earned a first start in the Premier League against Stoke on November 9, and he didn't look back.
He went on to score 31 goals in 51 appearances in all competitions, becoming the first Spur to break the 30-goal barrier since Gary Lineker in 1991-92.
He hit 21 goals in 34 Premier League outings - matching the totals of Gareth Bale (2012-13) and Teddy Sheringham (1992-93) - and became the first home-grown player to bag 20 league goals in a season since Mark Falco in 1984-85.
There were some magic moments along the way. He grabbed two goals in our spectacular 5-3 home win over champions Chelsea on New Year's Day - the second goal voted Goal of the Month on Match of the Day - and topped that with both goals in the 2-1 home win against Arsenal in February, his first start in the North London derby.
He won back-to-back Barclays Premier League Player of the Month awards in January and February and followed with his first Premier League hat-trick against Leicester City in March.
A few days later, he marked his first senior England cap with a goal just 79 seconds after coming off the bench!
His close-range header against Lithuania saw him score the third-fastest goal ever by an England debutant - a record still held by the great Bill Nicholson - and he went on to earn his first senior start for the Three Lions in Italy in March.
Harry hit the 30-goal mark at Newcastle in April before finishing a season to remember with the winner at Everton on the final day to secure our fifth-place finish.
The awards followed - Harry earned the PFA Young Player of the Year award and a place in the PFA Premier League Team of the Year, also sweeping the board at our club awards - winning Supporters Clubs, One Hotspur Members and One Hotspur Juniors Player of the Year.
His season ended in June, 2015, when he was part of the England squad for the UEFA Under-21 Championship Finals in the Czech Republic.
Born in Walthamstow, Harry joined our Academy in July, 2009, and signed professional forms a year later.
After impressing for our Academy teams, Harry joined Orient on loan in January 2011, made his Football League debut and scored five goals in 18 games.
The following season, 2011-12, was his breakthrough campaign at Spurs with a debut against Hearts and six appearances in the Europa League including his first goal in the win at Shamrock Rovers. He then joined Millwall on loan in January and scored nine goals in 27 games for the Lions.
Capped for England at Under-17 and 19 levels, Harry was a member of the Young Lions' squad for the Under-20 World Cup and played all three games in Turkey.
He made his Premier League debut on the opening day of 2012-13, taking his tally to eight appearances.
Harry then joined Norwich City on loan but a serious ankle injury restricted him to four appearances at Carrow Road.
On his return to fitness, Harry joined Championship team Leicester City and helped them reach the play-offs, where they lost over two legs to Watford. He made 13 appearances for the Foxes, scoring twice.
Harry was back in the fold in 2013-14 and made 19 appearances in all competitions. He was handed his first Premier League start for us against Sunderland in April, 2014, and responded with a first Premier League goal - the first of three on the trot.
That set him up nicely for 2014-15...
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