Tottenham's Harry Kane has earned the Premier League's Player of the Month award after a stunning scoring streak in September.
The England international had failed to find the net for club and country in August, but he followed that up with a stunning month in which he hit six league goals to earn the award for a fifth time.
Kane ended his drought with a brace for England on the first day of September and then scored twice against both Everton - including his 100th Spurs goal - and Borussia Dortmund for Mauricio Pochettino's men.
And the 24-year-old ended September in fine form, too, with two goals at West Ham, three versus APOEL and two against Huddersfield Town in the space of eight days.
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Asked if this constituted the best month of his career, Kane responded: "I'd say so, when you look at the amount of goals I scored in the games.
"I feel really confident. I feel in good shape and I just can't wait for the next games to come."
Tottenham face Bournemouth in their next clash at Wembley on Saturday.