The striker became only the second Spur to lift the Premier League's top marksman award as his 25 goals pipped City's Sergio Aguero and Leicester's Jamie Vardy. Teddy Sheringham also picked up the accolade in the first season of the Premier League in 1992-93 (22 goals, 21 for us, one for Forest).
is just one off the half-century mark for us in the Premier League and with 28 in all competitions in 2015-16, now has 64 goals in 127 appearances for us, a better than one-in-two strike rate for the club.
Still only 22, Harry received the Golden Boot after the Premier League season officially ended after United's 3-1 win against Bournemouth on Tuesday night.
Below: One of the highlights of the season - Harry's cracker against Arsenal