Tottenham midfielder Harry Winks is “over the moon” after he signed a new contract with the club that runs through to 2022.
The 21-year-old Spurs academy product, who was handed his senior debut in 2014, has made 25 appearances in all competitions so far this season.
He has featured in the first XI eight times, including twice in the Premier League and twice in the Champions League.
It was only in September that he signed a new deal to 2021.
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In November he marked his first league start with a goal, in the 3-2 home victory over West Ham, and he won his first England Under-21 cap in the same month.
“I’m delighted, over the moon to sign another contract with the club, commit my future even more and I’m looking forward to the years ahead,” Winks told the club’s official website.
“I’ve had a lot of game time this year and it’s been everything I’ve wished for since the beginning of the season, but ultimately football can change and I need to keep that level of work rate, keep that work ethic up and keep myself going in the future.
“Obviously I’m doing well on the pitch to be rewarded with this contract but ultimately it doesn’t stop there. As soon as you’re awarded a new contract you’ve got to keep working hard to justify the reason why you got that, so that’s my intention now.”