Harry Kane’s progress and development over the past three or four years has been stunning and remarkable.
Not many knew about Kane before the striker started to bang in the goals for Tottenham Hotspur.
The 24-year-old is now one of the best strikers in the world and is arguably the best in the Premier League at the moment.
The England international has won the Premier League Golden Boot for the past two seasons and could end up claiming it yet again this campaign.
Kane has started the 2017-18 campaign strongly, and has been among the goals both in the Premier League and in the Champions League.
The striker has scored six goals in seven Premier League matches and five goals in two Champions League fixtures so far this season.
Former Tottenham and Newcastle United midfielder Jermaine Jenas has outlined the physical development that Kane has undergone, stating with admiration that he is an “animal”.
“He is an athlete now,” said Jenas about Kane on The Friday Football Social show on BBC Radio5live last Friday evening (7pm, September 29, 2017). “People kept trying to put him into this mould of Teddy Sheringham.
“That’s not to say Teddy wasn’t an athlete, obviously he was, he played till he was God knows how old, but the point I am making is that they want him to be the player that comes off into little pockets of space and links up rather than running by people, bullying people. He is an animal.”