And the 24-year-old revealed he’s ready to speak with former England skipper Wayne Rooney, who built a museum to house all his memorabilia, for advice.

Kane’s nine trebles in his Tottenham career include a staggering six in 2017, his latest one coming in Tuesday night’s 3-0 victory over Apoel Nicosia.

It took him to five goals in the Champions League this season, one ahead of Cristiano Ronaldo, whose Real Madrid side Spurs face next in Europe in the Bernabeu on October 17.

“At the moment the hat-trick balls are at home,” said Kane, who has scored nine goals in his last five games and bagged 11 in September after a barren August.

“I’m hoping to build a room for them, the trophies and balls. It isn’t built yet but hopefully it will be soon.

“At the moment they’re just in the bags, in the cupboards, waiting to be put up.”