Wonder goals, free kicks, volleys - we've seen them all fly in off Harry Kane's boots over the years.
Whether he's been wearing number 37, 18 or 10, Kane has racked up the goals in north London and across Europe to become Tottenham's third all-time top goalscorer. His 200th goal for the club, which was also his 40th goal in 60 European matches, came on a Europa League away day – exactly how the journey began nine years ago.
Here's the landmark moments along Kane's road to 200 Tottenham goals.
1. First Goal (vs Shamrock Rovers)
On a night when Tottenham's Europa League journey came to an early end despite a 4-0 win against Shamrock Rovers, Kane's Spurs career was only just getting started.
The baby-faced 18-year-old came off the bench to tap the ball into an empty net. Arguably the easiest of his 200 goals, but it was the perfect introduction to some good old Europa League defending - don't you just love it?
2. First Premier League Goal (vs Sunderland)
There were very few things to cheer in what was a pretty dreadful season for Spurs fans in 2013/14. However, Tim Sherwood's willingness to play the kids did provide a few nice moments.
Sherwood threw Kane into the action as Spurs went on to beat Sunderland 5-1, with the striker netting his first Premier League goal - in a game which also ended with Kane picking up the infamous head bandage.
Let's just forget the club almost sold him to Crystal Palace a few months later shall we?
3. First Hat-Trick (vs Asteras Tripolis)
Donning the goalkeeper shirt with the matchball under his arm - it's quite a look, isn't it?
Well, let's hope we don't see it again, because Kane was pretty poor in goal! The striker netted his first hat-trick in a 5-1 win over Asteras Tripolis and threw himself at the opportunity to save a last-minute free kick as Hugo Lloris saw red.
Kane got behind the ball, but it slipped through his arms and into the net. Let's just remember the hat-trick instead, shall we?
4. First North London Derby Goal (vs Arsenal)
You're not the real deal until you prove yourself in the north London derby, obviously, but Kane responded at the first time of asking.
His brace on derby day against Arsenal included a glancing header which had White Hart Lane on its feet, as Spurs went on to win 2-1. Kane then proceeded with a post-match lap of honour as the Tottenham faithful made their love for their new talisman known.
5. 50th Spurs Goal (vs Leicester City)
Slicked-back hair. That random sash along the Under Armour shirt. We're getting close to the real deal now as Kane nets his 50th goal for Tottenham.
It came in an FA Cup clash against Leicester City, with Spurs getting the better of the title-winning Foxes in the replay, only to be knocked out by Crystal Palace later in the competition. Spursy.
6. The First Golden Boot Goal (vs Chelsea)
In the season it all went wrong for Spurs in their title charge, Kane's 22 Premier League goals were enough to see him clinch the Golden Boot - the first of his career.
His final goal of the campaign came in the shambolic 2-2 draw against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, but thanks to Eden Hazard, that's not what the game will be remembered for.
7. The Second Golden Boot Goal (vs Hull City)
This image alone is probably enough to make any Tottenham fan get emotional.
Mauricio Pochettino presenting Kane with his second consecutive Golden Boot award. That final Under Armour kit with the golden trimming. The final year at the Lane. Spurs' best season in Premier League history. Ah, the memories.
Kane also became the first player since Robin van Persie to win back-to-back Golden Boots.
8. 100th Spurs Goal (vs Everton)
It was by no means the prettiest way to mark your 100th goal for your club, but a deflected cross was what got Kane to that landmark in a Spurs shirt.
They all count.
It was a season that signalled a new dawn for the club. Spurs' kits being sponsored by Nike, playing at Wembley Stadium every other week. But Kane was still banging in the goals - some things never change, do they?
9. Record Breaker (vs Southampton)
When there's personal records at stake, Kane pulls it out the bag - and Alan Shearer's record for most goals scored in a calendar year was no different.
Kane smashed back-to-back hat-tricks against Burnley and Southampton to ensure he beat Shearer's record, netting 39 goals in 36 games. The final goal came on a bitterly cold Boxing Day at Wembley Stadium, and was one of Kane's six hat-tricks scored that season.
10. 100th Premier League Goal (vs Liverpool)
In what was a crazy end to Tottenham's 2-2 draw with Liverpool, Kane's last-minute penalty smashed down the doors of the Premier League's 100 club as the striker became the second-fastest player in the league's history to achieve the feat.
Kane saw an earlier spot kick saved by Loris Karius - yes, Loris Karius used to make saves - but showed ice cold composure to ensure Spurs came away with a point.
11. 200th Spurs Goal (vs Ludogorets)
Captain's armband. European night. 200th goal for your club. Sounds like the stuff of dreams.
Kane completed his second lot of 100 Spurs goals in similar fashion to how it started - a goal on a Europa League away day against questionable opposition.
You only need to turn to the dugouts to see Harry Redknapp's role become occupied by Jose Mourinho as an indication of Spurs' progression since.
Oh, and Gareth Bale was on the pitch too...it's a long story!