Tottenham hero Darren Anderton is unhappy with comparisons between Harry Kane and Teddy Sheringham.
But he admits they are perfectly valid.
"It was that header that beat Arsenal," Anderton told the Daily Star.
"It had Teddy written all over it, easing on to the shoulder of the defender, climbing, heading the ball back across goal to where it was coming from.
"Massive game, big moment. He just made it look so easy - such a class goal. I watched it and went: 'Yep, I've seen that before.'
"It's not really fair to call him the new Teddy Sheringham because that's so much pressure to load on a young boy, and Harry looks as if he will be very much his own player.
"But there are similarities because in both cases they offer the complete package."