Harry Kane has admitted pressure does not only come from Mauricio Pochettino or the Spurs fans, but also being in everyone's Fantasy Football team.
The Tottenham striker exploded onto the scene this season scoring 30 goals and becoming the first player at the club to do so since Gary Lineker.
Those who play Fantasy Football know what it's like keeping up with who is getting their name on the scoresheet each week. For less than half of the season, Kane featured in few teams but then, all of a sudden, everyone had him selected and some even as captain.
"I'm in my own Fantasy team as well so there's quite a bit of pressure of it," he says on The Clare Balding Show which airs Thursday night at 20:00 on BT Sport 1.
"I've picked lots of Spurs player to keep cool with my team-mates. But I'm not doing very good."
The only problem there is you can only pick three players from each club, so after choosing himself that leaves Kane with two possible team-mates. And that's not a lot.
Kane's story this season has been one to remember. From breaking onto the scene and becoming a fans' favourite to scoring in his England debut, the Spurs star has been the talk of the town. So much talk that there have been reports from sources such as the Daily Star that Manchester United valued the 21-year-old at £45 million.