There was no sign of exhaustion on the face of the Tottenham favourite as he headed to Australia.
Tottenham star Harry Kane has seemingly put straight concerns about his fitness over this post season period.
The England international took to Instagram to enthusiastically post: "Had a great time in Malaysia with all the fans! Sydney here we come!"
Kane has enjoyed a phenomenal 12 months. After impressing in the club's pre season games last summer, the Spurs striker started the season on fire in the Europa League, and by November had transferred that form to the Premier League.
It's hard to believe that the 21-year-old ended the season as the Premier League's second top scorer, netting 21 times to equal the highest ever Premier League total by a Spurs man. His 31 goals overall were the highest since Gary Lineker in 1991-92.
And he hasn't stopped at the end of the season, scoring a confident brace in his hour on the pitch as the North Londoners defeated a Malaysian XI in Kuala Lumpur on Wednesday night.
No wonder he looked so happy alongside fellow Spurs graduate Ryan Mason and young US international DeAndre Yedlin.
If nothing else, his words should put paid to the debate surrounding his involvement in both Tottenham's short post-season tour of Asia and Australia, as well as the European Under-21 Championships.
After all, why would Kane want this season to end with the prospect of exhibition friendlies in exotic destinations and an international tournament to come.