The Tottenham youngster continues to outshine his more renowned attacking teammates, and scored a beauty against Besiktas in the Europa League.
Another European night at White Hart Lane, yet there remains the same problems up front for Mauricio Pochettino's Spurs side.
Despite leading for much of the game against Besiktas, Tottenham failed to offer the same sustained attacking threat that their visitors displayed, with home keeper and captain for the night Hugo Lloris being called into action on more than one occasion.
Spurs currently have three recognised strikers on their books, two of which are big name international forwards who arrived in multi-million deals and with proven reputations, and one being an academy graduate that cost nothing.
And against the Turkish giants, it was the homegrown talent that outshone his two more established teammates.
With Emmanuel Adebayor struggling in his league matches, and boasting just one goal this season, and Roberto Soldado continuing to offer little attacking threat despite a couple of goals, it is 20-year-old Harry Kane who is impressing upfront for the Lilywhites.
Kane worked hard and looked dangerous throughout for Spurs, scoring a super goal from outside the area to take his tally to four for the season, and making him joint top scorer for the North Londoners. In contrast, joint record signing Roberto Soldado didn't manage any shots on goal during his 79 minutes on the pitch.
Though it may be difficult to justify to the board, maybe it's time to give Harry Kane a run out in the League ahead of Adebayor and Soldado, and what better time to do so than against Pochettino's former club Southampton on Sunday.