Harry Kane expressed his pride after moving to joint-third in the Premier League's all-time goalscoring charts with a brace in Tottenham's entertaining win over Nottingham Forest.
Kane scored the 200th league goal of his career after just five minutes at the City Ground, and although he saw a second-half penalty saved by Dean Henderson, the England captain atoned by nodding home a late second to secure a 2-0 win.
In doing so, Kane joined Andy Cole on 187 Premier League goals. Only Alan Shearer (260) and Wayne Rooney (208) have now scored more in the competition's history.
Kane described that duo as two of the all-time greats as he looked to take his goalscoring exploits even further after firing Spurs to victory on Sunday.
"It's still a long way away, for sure, but I still feel fit, I feel I have many more years left in the locker," Kane told Sky Sports of Shearer's record.
"Every season I want to score goals, I want to be amongst those names, and I'm excited for the challenge.
"Alan and Wayne are two of the best strikers England have ever had so to even be in that category is nice for me.
"But for sure, I want to keep pushing myself, see how far I can go, and so far it's been a good start to the season."
Kane's talismanic display followed another record-breaking performance last week, when he surpassed Sergio Aguero to become the highest Premier League goalscorer for a single club in a win over Wolves.
Meanwhile, having taken 10 points from their first four Premier League games, Spurs have made their best start since they opened the 2009-10 campaign with four consecutive victories.
They have also gone unbeaten through their first four league matches for just the second time in 13 seasons. The last time they did so, in 2016-17, Mauricio Pochettino led them to a second-placed Premier League finish.
And Kane believes Antonio Conte's men are well placed to push for major honours, adding: "I'm not going to rule anything out, but also I know there's a lot of top, top teams in the Premier League and the Champions League.
"Of course, we're aiming to be successful and win something, as I've said for a long, long time now. We just can't get carried away," he added.
"We've started really well, we've got a great squad and a great manager. I can feel amongst the fans a lot of excitement, which is great, but it's a marathon, not a sprint.
"There's a lot of games to play and we've just got to make sure we keep knocking them off and when we're not playing well, keep winning games.
"Obviously we've still got a World Cup, so after the World Cup, we'll see where we're at and go from there."
Kane was assisted by Dejan Kulusevski for the opener before nodding home Richarlison's terrific outside-of-the-boot cross for his second, as the former Everton man impressed after replacing Son Heung-Min from the bench.
With Son failing to find the net this season despite Tottenham's impressive form, Kane hailed the newfound competition in their attack.
"If you want to be a top team, you're going to have to compete for every position. I think that's what we've created with the squad that we have now," Kane added.
"Richie, whenever he's had an opportunity to play, whenever he's trained, he's done really, really well. He's biting at the bit to play. We have a lot of games coming up so we're going to need everyone.
"I know Sonny might be frustrated with not scoring yet this season, but Sonny's a really important player for us and if we're going to achieve anything this year, we need him to keep doing what he's doing, working for the team. He'll pop up with goals, no doubt.
"When players are maybe not quite at it, you need players from the bench to make an impact and Richie's doing that.
"I think we've got a fantastic manager, we've got a really strong squad. I think we're going to need that squad over the next period until the international break because we've got a game every three or four days.
"It's really important that players coming in who haven't quite started a lot of games yet are ready, but yeah, we're in a good place."