Sky Sports pundit Charlie Nicholas believes that Tottenham Hotspur's Harry Kane is "better than anyone" at La Liga giants Real Madrid, a claim which will resound with the utmost plausibility when considering the prolific form to which the dangerous England international finds himself in. The privilege of signing to the Galacticos' books is regarded as one of the most prestigious feats in the game, but Kane - who indeed dons the turf for the Lilywhites - could supposedly walk straight into Los Blancos' dressing room and oust the likes of Karim Benzema from their position in Zinedine Zidane's starting XI.

A blistering September in-front of the target has seen the 24-year-old effortlessly dispatch 11 goals in 6 games across domestic and European competitions, a record which has catapulted his reputation to the summit of the world's best attackers, with many lauding him as stronger than Robert Lewandowski, Paulo Dybala and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang amongst others. Scoring a brace at Huddersfield Town on Saturday afternoon rubber-stamped his calibre as a world-class hit-man, as the north Londoners ran out 4-0 victors at the John Smith's Stadium.

Better than anyone

Nicholas was asked to whether Kane could "achieve everything" in the game at Spurs, and the former Arsenal player said on Sky Sports: "Probably not, probably not,

"It's not coming as an ex-Arsenal man, it's just reality sometimes.

I don't think that there's any doubt that if you looked at the levels of Kane that we're talking about at the moment, he's better than anyone at Real Madrid.

"He's better than (Karim) Benzema, he's better than the player's they have there."

The only exceptions in the sport which Nicholas could think of is a marker of Kane's quality, and Nicholas then continued to add: "(Cristiano) Ronaldo is different because he plays more on the left.

Barcelona may not be interested because they have (Luis) Suarez."

One season wonder

Kane burst onto the scene as an outsider in Spurs' squad and many doubted his prowess in the attacking third.

A spate of loan spells at Leyton Orient, Millwall, Norwich City and Leicester City cast uncertainty over his future at White Hart Lane, however in the 2014-15 campaign he was able to showcase and flaunt his eye for goal, netting 31 goals in all competitions. Since then Kane has managed to bag over 30 goals in every given season, and though he was dubbed a 'one season wonder', Kane has proven his critics wrong and is now becoming an attacker in a class of his own as the ideal target-man.