“We’ve got to keep doing what we’re doing,” stated the striker after helping us reach a Club record seven straight victories in the Premier League via a 4-0 success against Bournemouth on Saturday.
Harry bagged the third to hit the 20-goal mark in the Premier League for the third-successive season - the first Spur since Jimmy Greaves to score 20-plus in three league campaigns on the trot - with Mousa Dembele, Heung-Min Son and Vincent Janssen also on target.
The focus remains match to match with a huge FA Cup semi-final against leaders Chelsea at Wembley on Saturday followed by the home straight in the Premier League - six games remaining, starting with a trip to Crystal Palace on Wednesday week (April 26).
“We’ve some tough games coming up - Palace away, Leicester away, Arsenal and United here but we’re feeling good, we’re feeling confident,” added Harry.
“Every game we go into we feel like we’re going to score goals and defensively we’re keeping clean sheets, so that’s what we’ve got to try to maintain until the end of the season.
“It’s a big game now against Chelsea and we’re all looking forward to that, bring it on!”
Meanwhile, Harry is still very much in the shake up for the Premier League’s Golden Boot – an honour he landed last season, and he’s sitting in second on 20 goals behind Everton’s Romelu Lukaku, who took his tally to 24 with a goal against Burnley on Saturday.
Asked if he was now keeping an eye on Lukaku, Harry added: “It’s hard not to! As a striker you want to be top scorer in the league, no doubt about it. I left a couple out there I probably should have scored, Lukaku has been doing well and it’s a good competition but the main thing is we're winning games.
“I’ve a little eye on the run-in and if I can get a few more, we’ll see what happens!”