The striker has just been named the Premier League Player of the Month.
He has leapfrogged Leicester City’s Jamie Vardy as the Premier League top-scorer this month after netting five goals in March.
It takes his tally for the season to 22 in the league and he is leading Spurs’ charge to a Premier League title challenge.
He started things off in March with a goal against Arsenal in the North London derby.
His goal was an absolute screamer, bending in a fantastic right-footed strike from the left-hand side.
Speaking to Sky Sports this week Kane has now revealed that this goal was his favourite of the month:
“It has been a good month, we've picked up some good results and to score is always nice as a striker. I'm very grateful to pick up this award.
"The Arsenal one was the best one for me. It would have been nice to have won the game but the goal itself was one of the better ones throughout my whole career.
"North London derbies are always nice to score in, so that one was definitely a special one."
Tottenham fans will of course be pleased to hear that Kane rates his goal against their fiercest rivals as his best of the month.
It was a fantastic strike and the only dampener on it was the fact Spurs did not go on to win the game.
Kane will now be hoping to push on and score as many goals as he can between now and the end of the season.
If that drives Spurs to a first Premier League title, then Kane’s legend might be secured.