When Robbie Keane looks back on the many great goals that have lit up his career, his mind always goes back to season 2005-2006 and the memorable strike he produced against Blackburn Rovers at the Lane.
But what you do think, when you reflect on a journey through football - both for club and country - that has been littered with goals? Do you agree with Robbie?
Says Keano: "I've scored a few which I've enjoyed down the years, including a chest and volley on the turn against Brighton...one against Leeds and the last-minute curler against Chelsea in the 4-4 draw.
"They all have different qualities and I like them for different reasons, but I think the one against Blackburn is still my favourite, because of the individual skill involved in beating two defenders and then the keeper."
Robbie was on the subject as one of his many fascinating answers in our all new 'Onside with...' section in the current issue of hotspur magazine.
And he also sums up what playing for Spurs means to him.
"Everything about Spurs is great. It's a massive club with a real sense of history and tradition. I'm honoured to be part of it."
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