If he leads the line against Arsenal in today's North London Derby (4pm), it will be the first time the striker has played at the Emirates.
In a year where he's scored his first Premier League hat-trick for us, scored his first senior England goal 75 seconds into his debut and became the first Spur to hit 30 goals in a season since Gary Lineker in 1992, he's now set to tick another 'first' box.
"I’ve never played at the Emirates so I’m looking forward to going there, playing well and hopefully getting the result," said Harry, five goals for us in his last three matches.
"We’re looking forward to it. We’re coming off the back of two wins this week, it’s been a tough week and we want to finish it off with a another win.
"I’d expect a high-tempo game, it’s a big pitch at the Emirates, they’ve come off a defeat in midweek and they will want to change that against us on Sunday.
"We’re coming off two big wins so we’re going there full of energy and tempo. It’s going to be difficult but we know we’ve got enough to get the win."