By any standards, Harry Kane enjoyed an impressive breakthrough season as Tottenham's first choice striker in 2014/15.
He bagged 21 Premier League goals despite failing to reach double figures at Leyton Orient, MK Dons and Millwall in the Championship and League One.
The only worry for Spurs fans is how Kane's goal-scoring exploits appeared to fade as the season wore on.
He averaged a goal every 99 minutes between November and March, but just one goal every 357 minutes between April and May.
Kane's shot accuracy and strike rate were also down during the same period, and following a goalless Euro under-21 tournament with England, Spurs supporters will be hoping the 22 year-old doesn't prove to be a one-season wonder.
Stats courtesy of Oulala
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