The Tottenham and England man had ominous words in response to the sign making light of his rise to prominence.
Tottenham forward Harry Kane gave the perfect response to the sign Swedish fans made for him in the recent game between the England Under-21 side and the Scandinavians, in a message on his official Facebook page.
Gareth Southgate's side won that contest 1-0, but a banner caught the eye in the Swedish end seemingly making light of the striker's scintillating goalscoring form in the last 12 months, merely saying "Harry who?"
Kane took to his Facebook page to respond the message, saying somewhat ominously for defenders around the country, that: "it only inspires me and motivates me to do better and score more goals!"
Though Kane hasn't been able to get on the goal trail in the Czech Republic since the tournament began, it is clear that Swedish fans' message was a little tongue in cheek, considering he was the Premier League's second highest scorer last season.
The 21-year-old originally began the season by impressing in Tottenham's Europa League campaign, as well as netting plenty of goals for England Under-21s, before carrying that from into league, and even onto his senior England debut, where he scored after coming off the bench.