Harry Kane might not have been on the scoresheet on Saturday against Bournemouth, but that doesn't change the fact that he is the man of the moment and still bang in form.
The 24-year-old has seen his stock soar over the past few seasons, and a couple of Golden Boots in a row have catapulted him to genuine superstardom - he is now being touted by many for the world class bracket.
One high profile admirer of his is Liverpool legend and Sky pundit Jamie Carragher, who has no qualms that Kane will be sitting atop the scoring charts in a decade's time in the Premier League.
He told the Telegraph, as quoted by The Sport Review: "We are three or four years in now and I think we will be saying the same in 10 years about him being the main striker in the Premier League."
Kane, who recently wore the captain's armband for England in their final two qualifiers for the World Cup, has already bagged 84 Premier League goals in 120 games, and many believe that he has enough time to be able to beaten Alan Shearer's incredible goals record - the Geordie legend finished up with an incredible 260.
Last season he hit 29 in 31 games and if he can stay fit and, most crucially, stays in England, then there is surely no reason why he can't carry out Carragher's prediction or break Shearer's record.