Tottenham's Harry Kane could be about to make history in the Premier League, having already made significant waves in his fledgling footballing career.
Upon being awarded the Premier League Player of the Month prize for February, Kane joined an illustrious group of players that had managed to win the award in two consecutive months.
Before the Spurs man, only Cristiano Ronaldo, Dennis Bergkamp and Robbie Fowler had won the prize twice in a row.
But he could go one better given his performances in March, and then he'd be out on his own despite the numerous world class stars that have featured in the Premier League over the years.
Because no player has won the Player of the Month title three times in a season, let alone in consecutive months.
In January, Kane netted five times in four games, including two assists. This included two in the famous 5-3 win over rivals Chelsea, and saw Spurs win three of their four league games.
The next month, Kane scored in every league game of the month, registering four strikes and one assist in three games, two of which Tottenham won, with the victory over Arsenal coming courtesy of the youngster's brace.
This month, the 21-year-old already has five goals to his name, having scored another London derby brace in the win over QPR, and his first hat-trick in last week's win over Leicester. Spurs again won three of their four fixtures.
He is up against Olivier Giroud, Eden Hazard, Jordan Henderson and Marouane Fellaini for the March prize.
Though the level of opposition he has scored against may not be as high as in previous months, there is no denying Kane's contribution in a match winning sense, surely making him once again a strong candidate for the Player of the Month award.
And if he wins it for the third successive time, something which no other player has done, he may well be a frontrunner for the Player of the Season trophy.