Harry Kane is one of the hottest strikers in world football right now and it makes sense that any team would be lucky to have such a prolific scorer on the books.
The England international has started the season with 11 goals in nine games and after winning the Premier League Golden Boot in each of the last two seasons, his quality cannot be denied anymore.
Alan Shearer owns the all-time Premier League goalscoring record with 260 goals, some 60 goals ahead of Wayne Rooney at present who looks increasingly unlikely to get near it now.
At 24-years-old, Kane already has 84 top-flight goals to his name and if he was to score around 25 a season for the next seven seasons - like he has averaged for the past three - then he would break the record.
But, scoring goals at the astounding rate that he has, it's only natural that clubs like Barcelona and Real Madrid have been linked with moves for the forward.
Kane is currently on international duty with England and during a press conference alongside boss Gareth Southgate, the Spurs man was asked if he would ever consider a move abroad.
"I would never say no or yes. You'd not rule out anything," Kane said.
"It's not something I definitely want to do, but you never rule anything out.
"I'm very happy here (at Tottenham), but we'll see what happens."
Spurs fans were probably hoping for a more concrete answer than that, but Kane has left the door open for a reason.
Both Luka Modric and Gareth Bale have departed the white half of north London for Real Madrid over the course of the last few years and both players now have multiple Champions League trophies in their collections.
If Kane wants that kind of success, it's a big ask for Spurs to get up to that level.
An EFL Cup runners-up medal is all Kane has to his name thus far in his career; how long will goals alone satisfy him?