Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino has said he believed there is more to come from striker Harry Kane after seeing him score his 30th goal of the season.
Kane became the first Spurs player since Gary Lineker to reach the 30-goal mark with a late strike in the 3-1 Premier League victory at Newcastle on Sunday.
However, Pochettino is convinced the 21-year-old England player can improve further.
He said: "He has big potential. He is young, and this is his first full season in the first team. We need to push him to try to improve his level because he has the potential to improve.
"It's a fantastic achievement and I congratulate him. He deserves this moment because he has worked a lot. It's an historic thing.
"He's happy in the changing room and all his teammates are happy, and I think all our supporters and the club are happy at his achievement."
Kane's goal rounded off a win in which Nacer Chadli and Christian Eriksen also scored as the visitors condemned Newcastle to a sixth successive league defeat despite a Jack Colback equaliser.
And the manager said: "We fully deserved the victory and the three points. I think our performance was better than Newcastle's, and I am very pleased for our players."