"It gives me goosebumps just thinking about it!" said the striker whose goals have lit up the season ahead of Sunday's Capital One Cup Final.
"It will be an incredible atmosphere and hopefully we’ll bring the trophy home. I can’t wait."
For Harry, it's a fairytale story of the young striker who has progressed through the ranks to now lead the line in a Wembley final.
His tally for the campaign stands at 24 in all competitions including goals in our first three matches of the Capital One Cup against Forest, Brighton and Newcastle.
Spurs TV special - Capital One Cup 2014-15 - goals, highlights, interviews...
However, people really started taking notice on a grand scale when Harry performed so well against Chelsea on New Year's Day, his two-goal show leading the way as we won 5-3 at the Lane in the Premier League.
The display both on a personal and team level has been key in terms of belief leading up to Sunday's showpiece.
"Chelsea are a top side, but so are we and we have to perform to the best of our ability, like we did on New Year’s Day," added Harry, who now has 14 goals in the Premier League and was named Barclays Player of the Month for January.
"That showed we can beat them and to score five goals against a team like Chelsea underlines we have real talent in our team. The trophy is up for grabs and we’ll give our all.
"We all just want to perform to the best of our ability and hopefully we’ll lift that trophy at the end of it."