The 29-goal striker is on the shortlist for the PFA Player and Young Player of the Season Awards with the ceremony in Grosvenor House, London next Sunday, April 26.
The Academy graduate is hoping to follow in the footsteps of Spurs greats by lifting one of what are seen as the top individual awards in the game alongside the Football Writers Association Footballer of the Year.
“I’m delighted to be nominated for both awards, to have that appreciation from fellow players is a huge honour and it shows you are doing the right things,” said the 21-year-old.
“It’s been a hectic, crazy season with a lot of highs and this is another special moment.”
Named skipper for our last two fixtures, Harry quickly turned his attention from the PFA awards to putting matters right on the pitch after a draw at Burnley and 1-0 home loss against Villa last time out.
Speaking on Thursday night, Harry added: “The last couple of games have been disappointing, we’ve not produced the performances we’ve been looking for but there are plenty of games left, starting at Newcastle on Sunday.”
Look out for more from Harry on tottenhamhotspur.com tomorrow...