Harry Kane has said that he cannot wait to play and score goals in Tottenham Hotspur's new stadium.
In a video on Spurs TV, Kane and Tottenham team-mate Hugo Lloris emerged from the tunnel in what will be the club's new home from the 2018-19 season onward.
The stadium, which will boast a capacity of around 62,000, is on course to be completed by the time Spurs kick off next season in August.
But Kane and Lloris were given an early insight into the feel of the place, and the red-hot striker admits that he cannot wait to start scoring goals in the Lilywhites' new home.
He told Spurs TV: "I can't wait to be out here, hopefully scoring some goals and getting amongst the fans. To think we're not that far away now is incredible."
Tottenham fans will no doubt suggest that his comments might well be an indicator of his intention to stay at the club beyond this summer.
The 24-year-old is having another phenomenal season for the North Londoners and speculation about moves to the likes of Real Madrid is bound to resurface and cause a bit of anxiety among Spurs supporters.
But going by his latest comments, Kane obviously has an ambition to score goals for fans in the new stadium and that wouldn't be possible if he planned on leaving.