Harry Kane is one the greatest strikers of his generation. 220 goals - of which 165 have been in the Premier League - in just 334 Tottenham Hotspur appearances has cemented his name in Spurs folklore; of that there is no doubt.
But now 27 years of age, Kane is still yet to win a trophy. And for a player of the Englishman's calibre, now seems the time to go an actually win a few.
As a result, Kane has made his desire to leave Tottenham in search for success apparent, now leaving Spurs looking at potential replacements for their talisman. But who could fill his gargantuan boots? Let's take a look.
8. Ivan Toney - Brentford
Okay, so he's a Championship striker, but so was Kane before becoming the main man at Tottenham.
Ivan Toney has stepped up from third tier football to the Championship better than anyone could have ever expected. Replacing Ollie Watkins at Brentford was dubbed a huge task, but the former Peterborough man has excelled and bettered his predecessor's performances - notching a record 31 Championship goals over the course of the season.
He isn't at all proven at the top level, but Toney has shown his capabilities in stepping up and, with a season like his 2020/21 behind him, don't bet against him making a splash in the Premier League - should he be there next term.
Is finding a replacement for Kane the time to take a risk, though? Probably not.
7. Mauro Icardi - PSG
Mauro Icardi's 2020/21 season has been littered with injury problems, resulting in just 19 Ligue 1 appearances for the Argentine.
Icardi has managed just seven league goals this campaign and, with the substantial shadow of Kylian Mbappe and Neymar over him, things aren't exactly going to plan for him in Paris.
The striker is linked with a move away and, while his proven prolific streak (124 goals in 219 appearances for Inter previously) has led to Spurs' interest in him, Icardi is rumoured to favour a move back to Italy.
6. Alexander Isak - Real SociedadA tough time at Borussia Dortmund between 2016 and 2019 seemed to suggest that Alexander Isak wasn't cut out for the big time, but the now 21-year old is coming good at Real Sociedad.
Over the course of the season Isak has scored 16 times in La Liga and has been the focal point of a successful Erreala side who can secure a top five finish on the final day of the campaign.
Once again however, at just 21, putting faith in the Swede to succeed Kane would be a huge risk given his inexperience at the top level.
5. Anthony Martial - Manchester United
The Mail report that Man Utd could use Anthony Martial as a makeweight in a bid for Kane.
After an excellent campaign last time out, the Frenchman has struggled this term, scoring just four Premier League goals - following 17 strikes and seven assists in 2019/20.
With constant doubt and debate over Martial's ability to lead the line, Spurs may be wiser to look elsewhere.
4. Gabriel Jesus - Manchester City
Also reported by the Mail, if Kane were to move to Manchester City, Spurs could push for Gabriel Jesus to be part of the deal.
The part-exchange would see Jesus finally being given a chance to lead a line. With Pep Guardiola's innovative tactical reform midway through the season, the Brazilian has been left without a starting role, even in Sergio Aguero's absence, but his quality is undeniable.
81 goals and 34 assists in 191 City games proves he's a talent and, at 24, there is time for him to develop into even more. A haul of 12 Premier League goal contributions compared to 22 last campaign has been underwhelming for the Brazilian, but a move away could be a step to reigniting his career.
3. Patrick Bamford - Leeds United
It's been brilliant to see Patrick Bamford finally proving himself as a Premier League striker this season.
The Englishman has been a focal point of an energetic, dynamic, creative and exciting Leeds side who have established themselves as a competent top flight team once more.
A hugely impressive 16 goals and eight assists in the league has brought Bamford into international consideration and, while he may not get the nod for the European Championships, he's done enough to warrant interest from clubs further up the table.
With a style of play not too dissimilar to Kane - although, naturally, a large gap in quality - Bamford may be a decent candidate to replace the Tottenham man.
2. Paul Dybala - Juventus
Having been linked with a move to Tottenham for the last two years or so, Paulo Dybala could finally make the switch this summer.
An injuries have hindered him this season, making just 19 Serie A appearances and notching just four goals. But his record at Juventus is a good one, having scored 100 times in 252 outings - something that is more impressive when you take into consideration that he has played a lot of his football as a winger or a number ten for the Old Lady.
It's tough to know whether Dybala can be as consistent at Kane has been, but the Argentine is at least accustomed to winning. At 27, unlike Kane, Dybala has won 11 trophies and could provide a winning mentality that is currently lacking at Tottenham.
1. Andre Silva - Eintracht Frankfurt
It's been a phenomenal season for Eintracht Frankfurt's Andre Silva. To go with five assists, the Portuguese international has scored 27 goals in 31 Bundesliga games thus far - only Robert Lewandowski has more.
16 strikes in 38 games on the international stage also show his pedigree. He'll be in-demand during in the upcoming transfer window, but he's the quality Spurs need in order to replace their main man.