Tottenham striker Harry Kane ended the 2016-17 campaign with the flourish and has hit back at those who once branded him a “one-season wonder”.
He ended with a personal best 35 in all competitions, with 29 top-flight efforts enough to secure him back-to-back Golden Boot prizes.
The 23-year-old has well and truly silenced his critics, with nobody suggesting now that he is a flash in the pan.
One season wonder. Again, and again. pic.twitter.com/rZ9f8hnOet— Harry Kane (@HKane) May 22, 2017
Kane made the breakthrough at Spurs in 2013-14, before bursting into life the following season.
His 31-goal return fired him into the spotlight but led many to question whether he was capable of repeating such heroics.
After adding another 63 efforts to his tally over the course of the last two seasons, it is fair to say that those detractors have been silenced in the best possible style.
Kane now has 99 goals for Spurs to his name and needs just 22 more in the Premier League to become a member of an exclusive club of centurions.