Having been nominated for both PFA Player and Young Player of the Year Awards, the striker bagged goal number 20 in the Premier League and 30 in all competitions in our 3-1 win at Newcastle on Sunday.
In doing so, Harry became just the 10th player to notch 30 goals in a season for us since we joined the Football League in 1908 - Gary Lineker was last to achieve the feat back in 1991-92.
"I’m delighted," said Harry. "It felt like I was on 29 for ages! To be able to get to 30 and 20 in the Premier League is special and for the goal to help us win a game makes it even better.
"The season doesn’t finish here though - there are five more games and I’ll look to get on the scoresheet and we'll try to win as many of those games as possible."
Harry's team-mate Paulinho is backing Harry at Sunday's PFA awards.
"In my opinion he’s done brilliantly and is the Player of the Year in the Premier League," said the midfielder. "He has to keep going and keep scoring goals because there are more goals in him before the end of the season."