It may be a slightly clickbaity title but I made the point to a mate at the pub this evening when discussing Kane. Some of the truly best centre forwards the world has ever seen, seem to have far less regard for trophies than you'd expect. It started as a discussion as to why Kane may prefer goals and adulation above trophies, akin to Shearer. Then we riffed through van Nistlerooy, Batistuta, Greaves, Romario, Shearer, Crespo. There's certainly not anything definitive there, but definitely something indicative. Most players out there would probably name trophies as their goal. But I think there's certainly a case to be had that many forwards could potentially enjoy scoring goals more than they do lifting a trophy aloft. Would we say it's more a case of some great forwards not quite being in the right club at the right time, or having a genuine interest in goals above all else?