Tottenham have announced their fourth new contract renewal in the past week, with Harry Winks now putting pen to paper on a deal that will keep him in London until 2023.
Winks is the latest player to commit to Mauricio Pochettino's Spurs side, with Kyle Walker-Peters, Davinson Sanchez and Cameron Carter-Vickers also signing new deals just days after the conclusion of the Premier League season.
Winks impressed during Tottenham's Champions League run to the round of 16, featuring in the 3-1 win against Real Madrid.
His recent contribution has been disrupted by injury, with the England international's last game for Tottenham coming in the 6-1 FA Cup victory against Rochdale back in February.
Winks finished the season with one assist in 16 Premier League games, also featuring in five Champions League matches.
The news is a boost for Spurs fans, with the future of Mauricio Pochettino currently somewhat uncertain after comments the Argentine made after the 5-4 Premier League victory against Leicester on the final day of the season.