The story of Harry Kane's breakthrough is a fantastic one. A Tottenham Hotspur lad coming through the youth system before earning a regular spot in the first-team and scoring on his England debut.
All of those milestones were hit in just one year and Kane is now aiming to continue his terrific form and take Spurs to the next level and hopefully, on his part, Champions League qualification.
The 21-year-old netted a brace against Chelsea when Tottenham beat the champions 5-3 on New Year's Day. He did the same in the North London derby versus Arsenal before ending the season as PFA Young Player of the Year.
Kane also finished the campaign with 31 goals in all competitions and is currently in Czech Republic competing at the European Under-21 Championships with England. They lost their opening game of the tournament 1-0 against Portugal but responded positively with a 1-0 victory over Sweden on Sunday.
Speaking about last season as a whole, Kane described it as 'incredible' when speaking to the official Tottenham Hotspur website.
"Crazy, incredible and one I’ll never forget," Kane said.
"I think it’s been a good season, our form was a little up and down but we’ve had young players coming through and we’ve built a platform for next season. Now we have to build on it."
Not only must Spurs build on their initial season under Mauricio Pochettino, Harry Kane needs to prove that he can be consistent season after season. This was a question asked amid speculation of a move to Manchester United, as per the Mirror, when the media touted him as £40 million player.
The highlight of Kane's career came when he scored and won against Arsenal, a fixture Spurs fans eagerly anticipate each season.
"For the club, it has to be the Arsenal game – scoring two goals in my first North London derby and helping us win it," he added.
"Then to score on my senior England debut at Wembley was incredible as well."
Whether Spurs can expect the same level of goalscoring from Kane next season is another question altogether, but the England international says he has set targets and is always looking to improve.
He said: "We have to look to build on this season and make progress – and there is no reason why we can’t do that.
"For myself, I want to keep working hard and keep getting better. I’ll set myself targets along the way and try to improve."
Is Harry Kane worth £40 million?
After just one good season, you cannot justify that amount of money. A lot of English footballers have inflated valuations and football clubs do their utmost to come to terms with that. In other countries, however, it's not half as bad.
The £40 million price tag may be worth paying if Kane has another great season next year, but unless that happens he won't stand a chance of finding a better club than Tottenham if they're adamant on that valuation.
Like all businessmen in football, Daniel Levy will do what he can to get the best deal for Tottenham Hotspur whenever a player is moved out of White Heart Lane.