The Tottenham Hotspur star was talking with the Newcastle legend about that most iconic of football habits, the goal celebration.
Tottenham Hotspur star Harry Kane has been speaking to Newcastle United and England legend Alan Shearer for BBC Sport this week, and though the full interview is set to be aired during the weekend, a snippet has appeared on the Match of the Day Facebook page.
The Spurs favourite netted an astonishing 31 times in club matches last season, while also scoring for both the England Under-21 side and full England team, but Shearer, who was prolific throughout his career, asked why he hadn't put together an iconic celebration.
"One thing I need to ask you is about your goal celebration," Shearer posed on the MOTD clip. "I had a very simple one, how come you haven't mastered one yet?"
"I might just take yours to be honest," Kane jokingly responded. "I'd have to a little think, I normally just put my arms out and the excitement gets to me and I can do anything.
"I've scored goals wherever I've been and I'm really a self believer. I've just got to stay positive and when my chances come I'll be able to take them."
Kane hasn't had much of a chance to develop a goal celebration so far this season, with the forward yet to net in his opening three Premier League games.
Any panic emerging regarding a possible "difficult second-season syndrome" should be easily quietened when considering the 22-year-old has remained one of Tottenham's best players in each of the matches, and he will be facing the last side he scored a Premier League goal against when he takes on Everton at White Hart Lane this weekend.
The England international scored the winner away to the Toffees in May on the final day of last season, and will be eager to get Spurs up and running in the wins department in Saturday's late kickoff.
And who knows, maybe we'll see that famous one hand aloft celebration if he opens his season account against Roberto Martinez's side.