Harry Kane admits he is honoured to win the Premier League Golden Boot.
The Tottenham striker topped the scoring charts with 25 goals, narrowly edging out England team-mate Jamie Vardy.
Kane scored 31 goals in all competitions last term but managed just one in his first nine this season with questions asked of the 22-year-old.
But he responded in style to post the best tally for a Spurs player in the Premier League.
“I’m really happy to have won it, especially in only my second full season in the Premier League. It’s a dream come true,” he said.
“To finish second in the scoring charts last year and follow that up by winning it this year is something I’m very proud of.”
“As a striker there aren’t many individual awards you can win and this one shows you’ve had a good season throughout the whole campaign, that you’ve been a consistent performer.
“I know what I’m capable of and I’ve kept my confidence throughout. I have to give a big thanks to the team, the staff and everyone at the club because without them I wouldn’t be able to achieve personal accolades like this.”
Kane becomes the first Tottenham player to win the award since Teddy Sheringham in 1992-93.
He added: “It’s even been 16 years since an English player won the award in Kevin Phillips, so it shows I’m doing something right.
“I’m honoured to win it and hopefully this is the first of many.”