Robbie's two goals against Fulham on Boxing Day made him the 13th player to reach the century mark since the start of the Premier League in 1992-93.
He said: "I'm delighted to get 100 goals, it was my aim. Somone told me a little while ago I had 92, so I wanted to reach 100 before the New Year. It's very special."
Skipper for much of this season in Ledley King's absence, Robbie has scored 75 league goals since joining us from Leeds United in August 2002. He also scored 12 goals for Coventry and 13 for Leeds.
The Republic of Ireland's record goalscorer, 27, is the third Spur, past or present, on the list alongside his former team-mates Les Ferdinand and Teddy Sheringham. Bubbling just under the 100 mark are Emile Heskey, Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes and Frank Lampard.
Premier League all-time top goalscorers - Alan Shearer 261, Andrew Cole 187, Thierry Henry 174, Robbie Fowler 161, Les Ferdinand 150, Teddy Sheringham 147, Jimmy-Floyd Hasselbaink 128, Michael Owen 127, Dwight Yorke 123, Ian Wright 113, Dion Dublin 111, Matt Le Tissier 100, ROBBIE KEANE 100, Emile Heskey 96, Ryan Giggs 95, Paul Scholes 95.
Robbie Keane has joined an elite band of players to reach the 100-goal mark in the Premier League.