Tottenham Hotspur have dished out yet another new contract.
Tom Carroll, Harry Winks, Eric Dier, Dele Alli, Christian Eriksen and Danny Rose had already penned new deals in September and now defender Kyle Walker has joined them.
Walker – who arrived at White Hart Lane from Sheffield United back in July 2009 – has committed his future to Spurs until June 2021.
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Although Spurs have not revealed how much Walker will be paid, The Sun reported earlier in September that the 26-year-old was set to sign terms worth £75,000 a week.
Walker has become one of the most consistent right-backs in the Premier League at Spurs.
His pace, strength and confidence on the ball have also enabled him to claim first dibs on England’s no.2 shirt, keeping Liverpool’s Nathaniel Clyne on the sidelines.
Since joining Tottenham, Walker has played 155 Premier League games for the North London side.
He currently has 20 senior England caps to his name, having made his Three Lions debut in November 2011.