Harry Winks and Ben Davies have both committed their futures to Tottenham by putting pen to paper on new long-term contracts.
The pair have extended their respective stays at the club until 2024 and as both continue to remain a major part of Mauricio Pochettino’s plans moving forward.
Davies joined from Swansea City in 2014 and has made 168 appearances across five seasons, scoring four times.
The Welsh international has been a consistently reliable performer for the Argentine, missing just 19 matches through injury – and has regularly filled in for Danny Rose, as well as competing with the Englishman to become the clubs number one left-back.
As for Winks, the England midfielder has gone from strength to strength since his breakthrough campaign in 2016/2017 and played 41 for Spurs last season, including last months Champion League final, where he was arguably Tottenham’s best performer on the day.
Winks, who underwent groin surgery towards the back end of last season, returned to Hotspur Way today for the start of pre-season, as did Davies.
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