The Academy graduate made his debut at the Lane as a raw 18-year-old as back in August, 2011 before securing a regular place in the team in 2014-15.
Still only 23, Harry has an impressive highlight reel already in his short career to date, not least his goals in huge derby games against Arsenal, Chelsea and West Ham.
He's aiming for more goal celebrations as we play for the last time at our famous old stadium against Manchester United on Sunday.
There is so much on the game - victory would guarantee second place, our highest-ever finish in the Premier League and would mean we'd complete the league season unbeaten at the Lane for only the fourth time in the Club's history.
“It’s great to have been a part of the history here and I’ve had some special moments at this stadium, even though I’ve only been playing in it for a few years," said Harry, who is on 27 goals for the season.
"Those goals in my first game against Arsenal really mean something to me.
“Sunday will be a sad occasion I’m sure, the end of an era. But at the same time, we are now going into an amazing stadium and hopefully the new one will bring even bigger and better memories.
"I’m proud to put my mark on the Lane, now I’m hoping I’ll make an even bigger impact at the new place."