Tottenham's Harry Kane is living a dream after signing a five-year contract extension with the club.
The 21-year-old striker has committed with Tottenham until 2019. Having scored three goals in three consecutive games at the end of last term, and, more recently, scoring an 80-minute winner against AEL Limassol in Cyprus las week, the striker is hoping for a great future at the club and on international level.
Before the start of this season Kane was allocated of the famous number '18' - Spurs legend Jermain Defoe's number - and is now his replacement upfront.
Having graduated from Spurs youth academy, Kane is a Tottenham product. He signed his fist professional contract in 2010 and now has broke into the First Team where he made his debut in August 2011.
After loan spells at Leyton Orient, Millwall, Norwich and Leicester local boy Kane burst onto the first-team scene in the second-half of the season under interim Tim Sherwood.
The experience he gained in the Championship let him achieving his dream as Kane grew up in North London and was a Spurs fan as a kid; he is now a regular and is part of 'Poch' tactics.
Now Kane is able to say that he is part of Spurs' boss attacking display, Mauricio Pochettino has more options upfront, and Kane's determination, passion, energy, and pace is well needed in the Argentine coach philosophy.
Kane is likely to start against AEL Limassol on Thursday 28, as Roberto Soldado picked earlier a neck and back injury and will help to maintain Spurs' winning run to book a place in Friday’s UEFA Europa League Group Stage draw.
Attracting Roy Hodgson is Kane's latest plan as international friendlies and qualifying stages for the UEFA Euro 2016, which take place in France, are just a week away.
“I’m very happy to sign this deal and excited for the future,” Kane told Spurs official website.
“This is one of the proudest days of my football career. It’s been a great honour to be at the club that I loved from a kid growing up, watching the team and to now be part of it.
“It’s all gone so quickly and now to be signing a new deal until 2019, it’s a great honour.”