With 13 goals in 21 matches, Harry Kane has been the success story of the season so far. His rise from the reserve team to an indispensable asset for Spurs has been meteoric, with many of the world's top clubs sitting up and taking notice.
This has led market analysts transfermarket.co.uk to raise Kane's estimated value from £2.6 to £13.2, a rise of over 500%. But are we all getting a little bit over-excited about the youngster? Calls to build the England team around him by some pundits seem a little premature, especially the way Wayne Rooney's international career panned out. This about sums it up from Craig Burley during ESPN's discussion this week, although 'consistent', 'Michael Owen'? Is he sure?