Full back signs up for next six years.
Tottenham Hotspur have announced that defender Kyle Walker has agreed to a new six years deal with the club, talkSPORT reports.
The 23-year-old first arrived at the club back in 2009 in a double deal that saw him join the club alongside teammate, and fellow full back, Kyle Naughton from Sheffield United.
However, it took him time to establish himself within the first time at White Heart Lane and he had to first spend some time back with his former club before two short stints with Queens Park Rangers and Aston Villa before he made the right back slot at Spurs his own.
He has since gone on to make 109 appearances for the club, scoring three goals in the process. During this time he has also established himself as the second choice right-back for England behind Glen Johnson, but he will be hoping to change that with the trip to Brazil lined up for next summer.
Voted Young Player of the Year by the Professional Footballers’ Association in 2012, he also wowed the Tottenham faithful when he bagged a stunning winner against Arsenal in the north London derby in 2011, a goal that was voted as the season’s best by the fans.