Tottenham striker Harry Kane has reportedly been scouted by 10 times European champions Real Madrid following his emergence as one of the top strikers in England.
The Englishman has broken into the Spurs' first-team and has made a striker's role permanent after some impressive performances thus far.
Kane has scored 22 goals in all competitions for the north London club this season, making him the top marksman in England, and has sometimes even single-handedly won games for Tottenham.
These performances have attracted the interest of the Spanish capital club, who have scouted him not once but thrice over the course of the season.
Spurs will be worried over reports suggesting interest from Real, as the La Liga giants have already signed two players in Luka Modric and Gareth Bale, who were both prolific for Tottenham before securing big money moves abroad.
However, according to the Evening Standard, Real are not said to be interested in a deal immediately but were thoroughly impressed with the striker's skills.
The 21-year-old striker, only recently signed a new five-year deal with a significant pay rise to keep him at the club until the summer of 2020.
But despite the striker suggesting that he would like to stay at White Hart Lane for a long time to come, he has not ruled the possibility of a move in the future.
"I don't see why not. Tottenham are a great club on the rise. I hope we get better and I'd love to stay here for as long as possible," Kane said, as quoted by the Evening Standard.
"If I'm still here in 10 years, I'd be over the moon. A lot of players today, when they do well, they end up going to another club or moving abroad. It depends on the situation at the time but at the moment, I'm looking to be a Tottenham player for many years," the 21-year-old forward added.