Harry Kane has spoken to BT Sport for a segment of their What I Wore series, recalling iconic memories of his career so far.
While the England captain has mainly worn Tottenham and Three Lions shirts throughout his career, he also spoke about his loan stints at Leicester and Norwich and how they were the hardest times of his career.
He even revealed his thought process behind taking the number ten shirt at Spurs, declaring the 'responsibility' of taking the jersey was what attracted him to it.
He said: “Number ten for Spurs was a bigger number. Robbie Keane, Glenn Hoddle, Teddy Sheringham...I felt the ten had a bigger responsibility.
“Young boys and girls are watching, hopefully, one day trying to be number ten for Tottenham themselves.”
He also spoke of the time he donned the goalkeeper gloves during a Europa League tie in 2014.
Having already scored a hat trick against Asteras Tripolis, Kane went between the sticks when Hugo Lloris was sent off. However, he didn't prove to be as effective at the opposite end of the pitch as he let a free kick squirm under his body to give the Greek side a consolation.
He said: “A lot of outfield players fancy themselves in goal and I said ‘put me in goal’.
“It was strange, [Lloris] gave me the captain’s armband at the same time. I still have the shirt at home, I asked them if I could keep it.”