Don't panic folks. Harry Kane is still at it. Despite not having his most successful season - largely due to injuries - he has still clocked up 15 Premier League goals, and the most recent two he's scored have taken him past 200 club career goals.
The boy from Walthamstow has come a long way from north London schoolboy to England captain and there is seemingly nothing stopping him from now overtaking Jimmy Greaves as Spurs' all time leading scorer in the not-too-distant future.
So let's dive into the archive and look at some of the very best Harry Kane goals at club level. Prepare for some screamers.
1. Tottenham vs Sunderland (2014)
Where else to start than the first Premier League goal of Harry Kane's career? Injury to Roberto Soldado (remember him?) meant Kane was handed a start under Tim Sherwood in April 2014.
Wearing number 37 on his back, it was an instinctive poacher’s finish from Kane, latching onto Christian Eriksen’s angled cross to turn the ball into the net from the edge of the six-yard box.
2. Tottenham vs Chelsea (2015)
This was arguably the season in which Harry Kane really announced himself as Tottenham's main man. Kane hit 21 goals in 34 games and one of the best was this beauty of a strike against eventual champions Chelsea.
Picking up the ball on the left flank, Kane dribbled in-field, danced past Cesc Fabregas and Oscar to fire home from just outside the box. Beautiful.
3. Southampton vs Tottenham (2015)
This one gets in not just for Kane's incredible solo effort, but also to show everyone that Virgil van Dijk is indeed human.
Kane picked up the ball on the halfway line, drove through two Saints defenders before being faced with a younger Van Dijk, whom he tore through with ease and slotted past future teammate Paulo Gazzaniga.
4. Tottenham vs Arsenal (2016)
One of the greatest North London Derby goals is next up.
The England man picked up the ball on the left touchline after a delicate flick back from Dele Alli, and then outrageously shot from the edge of the box and found the far right of the net with power and precision. Although he resembled a rather naff caped crusader with a mask protecting his broken nose; the goal was nothing short of super human.
5. Tottenham vs Stoke City (2017)
Kane's ability on both feet sets him apart from most strikers in the league, and his hat-trick against Stoke in 2017 had it all. Right, left and a fantastic free-kick to cap it off.
The best of the lot was the left-footed skimmer that he controlled with ease and smashed home. That man Eriksen again delivered a smooth corner straight into his path and Kane did the rest. Magic.
6. Huddersfield vs Tottenham (2017)
Another left-footed wonder strike next up.
Kane picked up the ball from a Kieran Trippier throw-in just outside the box, and swiveled past three Huddersfield defenders before firing on his weaker foot into the top left corner - giving keeper Jonas Lossl absolutely no chance.
7. Tottenham vs Borussia Dortmund (2017)
Kane had been under severe pressure to replicate his domestic form on the European stage in 2017, and he did exactly that.
He answered the call with two magnificent goals against Borussia Dortmund in the group stage of the Champions League - the first of which was a real ripper. Again on his weaker foot, he hit a rising angled finish past Roman Burki, following a determined run down the left.
8. Juventus vs Tottenham (2019)
Okay so this isn't an official goal as it was scored during a pre-season tournament, but it was just too good to leave off of this list.
It was 2-2 heading into the final minute of the game, when Lucas Moura won the ball and squared it to Kane in the centre circle. The England captain shot first time and the ball sailed over the flailing gloves of Wojciech Szczesny and into the net. Simply outrageous.
9. Leicester vs Tottenham (2019)
Not the prettiest of goals this, but boy it's unbelievable how Kane stays on his feet, let alone manages to score.
Son Heung-min laid the ball off just outside the box and Kane ran through, but was then pushed forward by Caglar Soyuncu and stumbled the ball in with a sort of 'foot forehand' as he fell down. Exceptional agility and desire of the very highest order.
10. Tottenham vs Burnley (2019)
It's been a difficult season for Tottenham and Kane personally, but things improved (for a bit) shortly after Jose Mourinho's arrival in December.
A 5-0 demolition of Burnley was the game in which Kane scored his best goal of the current campaign. Son picked up the ball just inside the Burnley half and dinked it to Kane who surged past the Clarets' defence and pinged it home from 25 yards. More of the same please Harry.