Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has admitted to the Daily Mirror that his two sons sing about Spurs striker Harry Kane.
Spurs made it two wins in a row on Saturday, defeating Queens Park Rangers 2-1 at Loftus Road to keep their hopes of Champions League qualification.
Two goals from Kane, one in each half, handed Spurs all three points over their London rivals, plunging the R's ever closer to relegation back to the Championship.
Ex-Tottenham midfielder Sandro did pull a goal back for QPR, but it wasn't enough to get them back in the game as Spurs held on for the win.
It's been the perfect response for Spurs, who lost in the Capital One Cup final a week ago, and the fans were in great voice at Loftus Road after an impressive display.
Amongst the traveling contingent were Pochettino's two sons Sebastiano and Maurizio, as well as his brother Javier - making it quite the family day out in West London.
Now, the Argentine has admitted to the Daily Mirror that his two sons love sitting amongst the fans rather than in the executive boxes - so they can sing about Spurs star Kane.
"My family was in the stands, my two sons and my brother," said Pochettino. "They were sitting just behind the goal in the top tier. Yes, they know the Harry Kane song! They had the chance to go to the executive box or be in a better area, but they prefer to sing the songs with the fans," he added.
Kane took his goal tally to 26 for the season in all competitions on Saturday, and the 21-year-old is already a hero at White Hart Lane despite only emerging this season.
Given that Kane Tottenham fan, it's very easy for supporters to get behind the prolific striker - who is now in contention for an England call-up after his exploits this season.