Dele Alli is living the dream of many young men, representing one of England's top clubs and holding down a starting berth for his country at just 21 years old.
And it doesn't end there. They say success is nothing if you can't share it, and Alli has had the pleasure of enjoying his young life alongside partner Ruby Mae – much to the envy of even some of his own fans, no doubt.
But how much do we know about the Spurs star's sweetheart?
Who is Ruby Mae?
Ruby Mae, at 23 years old, has made a name for herself as a successful model, having done shoots for a series of high-profile fashion brands.
Seemingly a lover of animals, Mae often posts photos of her black miniature poodle and footage from her account would suggest she is also a competent horse rider.
Interestingly, Mae is cousins with fellow model Bealey Mitchell, former partner of England cricket player Stuart Broad.
Who has Ruby Mae modelled for?
Signed to Boss Model Management in Manchester, Mae has worked for several well-known brands such as Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, Hidden Fashion and The Couture Club.
Fashion sites Miss Pap, Pretty Little Thing and In The Style have also sought out the 5'9” beauty to promote their brands.
How long has Ruby Mae been with Dele Alli?
Mae is said to have been spotted holding hands with Alli in London as far back as April 2016.
It wasn't until the European Championships later that year that the pair's status as a couple was confirmed, however, as the model leaned over advertising hoarding to deliver a kiss in the wake of England's 2-1 defeat to Iceland.
Since then the young couple have shared a raft of photos from nights out and travels together, the pair having been seen holidaying together in Mykonos and Ibiza during football's summer break.
What is Dele Alli's net worth?
It is difficult to put a set number on Alli's overall worth as things appear set to change rapidly after the Spurs star signed up with Creative Artists Agency (CAA), the same offices that represent Jose Mourinho and Cristiano Ronaldo.
It is widely reported that Alli currently makes £50,000 per week with Tottenham, although he looks set to at least double that sum when he signs a new deal come the end of the season, with CAA certain to push for the best possible deal for their new client.
Already enjoying lucrative deals with Adidas and BT Sport, Alli's performance at the World Cup would likely boost his value even further as CAA, who work closely with super agent Jorge Mendes, look to push the midfielder into the top tiers of football's highest earners.