England man commits to White Hart Lane club.
Tottenham wide-man Andros Townsend has put pen to paper on a new four year contract according to the Daily Star.
The 22 year old attacker has been in sparkling form that has led to a call up to the England national team in recent weeks and Andre Villas-Boas was no doubt keen to reward his efforts with an improved deal that has been duly signed.
Townsend has spent a great deal of time out on loan during his White Hart Lane career with moves to Yeovil Town, Leyton Orient, Milton Keynes Dons, Ipswich Town Watford, Millwall, Leeds United, Birmingham City and Queens Park Rangers over the past four years.
Villas-Boas impressed during pre-season and has now become a first team regular at the North London club, starting six of the club’s seven Premier League fixtures thus far this season.