Tottenham striker Harry Kane enjoyed a spectacular breakthrough this season scoring 31 goals and making his England debut.
However, the 21-year-old is refusing to rest on his laurels and is aiming to prove his career will have longevity.
Kane also admitted via Goal.com that he believes his success is due to Spurs coach Mauricio Pochettino.
“It’s down to me, I’m a hard worker, I’m always going to try and improve and progress.
“That’s all I have to focus on, how I can get better and do even better next season.
“I owe it all to him [Pochettino]. He showed faith in me at an early stage when a lot of other managers wouldn’t have.
“He played me in the Europa League earlier in the season and I did well in it to get my confidence growing.”
Kane was the first Tottenham player to reach the 21 goals mark in a single season since Teddy Sheringham, Jurgen Klinsmann and Gareth Bale but admits he still has a way to go:
“It feels crazy to be mentioned with them and I don’t think I’m up there yet with them.
“Obviously it has been an unbelievable season and definitely one I won’t forget. But I have a long way to go, next season I have to try to do even better.”