This has been a week of securing deals, only a couple of days after the season came to a close against Leicester City at Wembley.
Much of the spending in the transfer market and decision-making over the squad is down to the club’s chairman Daniel Levy who has not always been exempt from criticism.
But on Thursday, Levy went a step further in satisfying fans as it was announced that Harry Winks has been handed a new contract at the club.
The young midfielder was able to make 25 appearances for Tottenham in the season that just ended after being used as a utility player by Mauricio Pochettino.
Winks’ new deal commits him to the club for five more years and the news comes on the back of contract extensions for the likes of Kyle Walker-Peters and Davinson Sanchez.
The club has obviously made plans to reward certain players with new deals and we will be patiently waiting for more names of important players to be added to that growing list.