It is an absolute no brainer – it had to be “one of our own”. Harry Kane finished as the Premier League’s highest scoring Englishman in the top-flight last season, netting an outstanding 21 league goals, only behind Manchester City talisman Sergio Aguero in the standings. Having outshone the likes of fellow countrymen Wayne Rooney, Daniel Sturridge, Danny Ings, Saido Berahino, Charlie Austin and Jamie Vardy to the honour; Kane has gone onto become an established England international under national team coach Roy Hodgson and has been widely tipped as Rooney’s future successor. Although Spurs; under Argentine manager Mauricio Pochettino, failed to break into the division’s top-four last term, Kane’s breathtaking breakthrough campaign at White Hart Lane had every Tottenham fan singing loudly and proudly as their young prospect came of age in devastating fashion. The 22-year-old, who now has six international caps to his name, scored 31 goals in all competitions last season to become the first Spurs player to score 30 or more goals in a season since Gary Lineker back in 1991-92. Despite failing to carry that predatory form into this term; with just one league goal under his belt so far, Kane is still Tottenham’s most exciting and dangerous forward.