Harry Kane had a long time to work his way through the ranks at Spurs, but hit the big time in a big way in the 2015-15 season.
Almost lost to Spurs when a letter went out to him telling him he was not being retained, he had already been rejected by Arsenal as an 11 year old, but he settled at Spurs, his local club and the one he supported as a boy, making his progress through the years to make the youth team and then on to the reserves. To give him first team experience as a teenager, Tottenham put him out on loan.
Had an eventful loan move to Leyton Orient in January 2011, scoring twice against Bristol Rovers and getting sent off a couple of games later at Huddersfield.
Kane returned to White Hart Lane and started Tottenham's home tie against Scottish club Hearts in the 2011-12 Europa League qualifying play-off and was brought down to win a penalty, which he took, but the goalkeeper saved his spot-kick. Played in a few of the Europa League games, scoring his first Spurs goal in the final minute of the last group match at Shamrock Rovers, before going out on loan in January 2012 to Millwall until the end of the season. Harry was such a success there that he was voted the club's Young Player of the Year for his performances.
Played in the pre-season games for the Spurs XI side (mainly under-21 players and some youth teamers) and made his Premier League debut at Newcastle United as a substitute, but shortly after went on loan to Norwich City for the remainder of the season. Injury cut that spell short, but following his recovery, he spent a loan period at Leicester City as they pushed for promotion, but Kane was not a regular starter for the Foxes.
Despite having an in and out 2013-14 season with Spurs, he finished it strongly and under new Head Coach Mauricio Pochettino the following season became a first choice striker, as Emmanuel Adebayor and Roberto Soldado failed to find any sort of scoring consistency. Earned a call-up to the England squad as his fairytale season continued, with a debut against Lithuania at Wembley as a 71st minute substitute for Wayne Rooney and scored with his third touch in an England shirt after 80 seconds.
At the start of the 2015-16 season, there was much coverage of his goal drought at the start of the season, but given that he had played for England Unbder-21s after along league and cup season, the 12½ hour famine was broken with a goal in the 4-1 home win over Manchester City.