Tottenham Hotspur defender Kyle Walker has agreed fresh terms to extend his stay with the club, according to the Sun.
The England international has been in stunning form under the tutelage of Mauricio Pochettino and has morphed into one of the club’s most important players.
Such are the nature of his performances, the 26-year-old has seemingly held off competition from Nathaniel Clyne to establish himself as the Three Lions first choice right-back.
Now, he looks to have handed the North London outfit a huge boost.
That could put him in line for a testimonial for the White Hart Lane outfit, having joined the club from the Blades in 2009.
Teammate Christian Eriksen also handed the club a huge boost by penning a new deal recently, as Pochettino bids to keep his prized assets.