Former Tottenham Hotspur star Mark Falco has told the club's official site that Harry Kane has developed his game hugely this season.
Falco, who represented the Lilywhites back in the 1980's, was the last Spurs academy graduate to score 20 goals in a season before Kane blitzed that record this term and he has been impressed by the 21-year-old's form.
Falco believes that Kane has developed his game beyond recognition and is starting to looking like the complete package.
"He has to be the most improved player we’ve seen for a while," he said. "I’m sure he will crack 30 goals soon and that’s a real achievement, perhaps it's even harder these days as well.
"It’s been brilliant to see him progress. He looks like he’s enjoying it, he’s delivering on the pitch and we all hope he goes further and further.
"He’s a fan at heart and you can see he’s enjoying what he’s doing. There is nothing better than playing and scoring goals for your club - that's a feeling I know well!"
Falco joins a long list of admirers, who have publicly stated their admiration for Kane after his brilliant breakthrough season.
Kane has scored 29 times this campaign and he has gone from academy hopeful to international star in under 12 months.
It has been a remarkable rise for the youngster, who now is one of the biggest names in the Premier League.
The task for Kane will be to ensure that he continues to show his goalscoring prowess now that his talents are known and everyone at Tottenham will be hoping that he can continue to progress in the coming years.