Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane is doing his absolute best to help his side maintain pressure on Chelsea in the title race.
And with a huge derby match against London rivals Arsenal set for Sunday, former Gunners forward Thierry Henry caught up with the England international to quiz him a bit.
"If I mention Arsenal, what does it mean for you? Love?" Henry asked during the Sky Sports exclusive.
"I don't know if I can say on camera what I really want to say," Kane responded with a smile. "I feel passion when you mention Arsenal. Not for Arsenal obviously, but a passion among the players, the fans, the clubs. It's just massive.
"I remember my first north London derby. We managed to win 2-1 at White Hart Lane, I scored a couple of goals."
Asked what his favourite type of goal is, the attacker replied in typical Kane fashion, insisting that he always tries going for the bottom corner.
"The bottom corner for me is my favourite," he explained.
"People go mad for top corner goals when they look beautiful and come off the crossbar to go in but I was taught as a kid that low and hard is difficult for a goalkeeper and that's what I try and do.
"I don't think there have been many goals in my career, especially from the edge of the box that end up going into the top corner and if they do, they are probably miss hit because I'm aiming for the bottom."